Corinne Adams is the current wife of Republican candidate for governor, Marc Molinaro.
Corinne’s husband is also known for having served as the mayor of Tivoli, NY. He is currently the Dutchess County executive.
Born October 8, 1975; the NY native grew up on food stamps. He graduated from Dutchess Community College and was first elected to public office in the early 90’s at age 18, as a member of the Village of Tivoli Board of Trustees.
He was later elected mayor of Tivoli and re-elected mayor five times. At 36, he became the youngest Dutchess County’s seventh county executive. He is also the man behind ThinkDIFFERENTLY. He is happily married to second wife, Corinne Adams. Meet her below.
#1 She is his second wife
Molinaro, is the proud father of three children, including a special-needs child. He and his first wife, had two children together, 14-year-old daughter Abigail and a son, Jack.
#2 She is currently expecting their second child together
Corinne Adams and Marc welcomed their first child, a son named Elias in December of 2016. She is currently pregnant with the couple second child.
#3 They have been married for only three years
Molinaro and second wife, 31-year-old Corinne Adams were married in November 2015.
#4 She holds a degree
According to her LinkedIn, the wife and soon to become mother of two, has a BA in Communication Studies: Public Relations from James Madison University.
#5 She worked until recently at Tinkelman Bros.
Corinne began working for the Hudson Valley architectural firm, Tinkelman Bros. –in 2015 but left her job due to her pregnancy. Adams’ official title with Tinkelman, which is based in Poughkeepsie, was director of advertising and communications. Prior to joining Tinkelman Bros., Corinne Adams was director of marketing and communications for the Hudson Valley Renegades, a Class A baseball team in Dutchess County.
#6 Corinne Adams was publicly accused by Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Back in September, Corinne became the focus of two political ads suggesting that she benefited from her husband’s position as Dutchess County executive. Molinaro defended his wife and denied any connection between his wife’s job and his position telling the public Corinne landed the job months before the couple were married.
#7 She is a private person
Though Corinne has been photographed attending events in support of her husband, the expectant mother keeps a low profile and doesn’t do social media.
The family resides in Red Hook.