Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino on Tuesday selected Chemung County Sheriff Christopher Moss as his running mate, Conservative Party Chairman Mike Long confirmed.

Moss, a 46-year-old first elected sheriff in 2005, has worked for the Chemung County Sheriff’s Office since 1989.

“I haven’t met him personally yet but his resume looks pretty solid,” Long said. “He fits well with Rob philosophically from what I can tell. I’m looking forward to meeting him.”

He has been endorsed by the Conservative Party, Long noted.

He was part of a vocal group of law enforcement officials who raised opposition to the SAFE Act, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signature gun control package.

Moss, currently the head of the New York State Sheriff’s Association, has an MPA from Marist College.

He provides both geographic and racial balance to Astorino’s statewide ticket.

The current officeholder, Lt. Gov. Bob Duffy, has said he won’t seek a second term alongside Cuomo.

For now, Cuomo’s potential running mates include Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown.