President-elect Donald Trump is once again rewarding supporters who got involved early with his campaign. Many of them are Republicans from Upstate New York.

Trump added nine more people to the executive committee of his transition team Thursday. They include a number of county GOP chairmen, including Nick Langworthy (Erie) and Tom Dadey (Onondaga), as well as Dutchess County Sheriff Butch Anderson.

Also joining the team: Nassau County GOP Chairman Joe Mondello, an early endorser of Trump.

They were co-chairs of the leadership team for Trump’s NY campaign.

“I am tremendously honored to be appointed as an Executive Committee member of President-Elect ‘s Transition Team,” Langworthy posted on Twitter.

Langworthy said he had expressed interest in helping with the transition process but said the timing of the announcement was a surprise to him. He said he’s hoping to learn more details in the near future about his role.

New York is well represented on the transition team, with Rep. Chris Collins, R-Clarence, Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani already holding key positions. Also added to the team Thursday, former “The Apprentice” star Omarosa Manigault.