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County Committee – 065/76

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 057/76

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 049/76

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 048/76

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 042/76

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 82nd Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

County Committee – 085/75

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 083/75

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 072/75

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 071/75

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 039/75

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 091/73

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 068/72

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 064/72

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 059/72

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 057/72

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 063/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 059/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 039/72

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 023/72

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 058/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 054/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 011/72

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 002/72

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 053/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 052/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 051/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 050/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 040/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 035/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 023/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 022/49

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 078/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 076/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 075/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 072/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 071/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 070/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 007/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 014/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 064/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 065/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 076/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 079/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 081/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 011/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 077/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 108/70

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 069/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 068/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 067/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 066/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 065/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 084/68

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 064/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 083/68

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 082/68

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 031/68

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 062/68

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 061/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 051/66

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 060/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 059/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 058/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 051/65

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 057/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 055/65

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 052/65

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 048/65

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 056/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 047/65

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 055/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 046/65

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 054/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 053/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 041/65

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 052/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 051/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 050/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 049/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 048/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 047/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 046/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 041/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 035/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 025/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

County Committee – 024/46

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

Alternate Delegate to Judicial Convention – 49th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 49th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 46th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 70th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 68 Part C

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 70 Part A

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 68 Part B

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 75 Part B

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 76 Part A

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Male District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 76 Part B

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Male District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 76 Part A

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Male District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 75 Part B

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Male District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 70 Part D

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Male District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 68 Part C

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Male District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 68 Part B

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Male District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 65 Part B

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Male District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 65 Part A

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 76 Part B

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 72 Part A

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 70 Part D

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 65 Part B

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Female District Leader – Democratic Leadership District 65 Part A

District Leader is an unpaid volunteer elected official. All formal parties in New York State are required to have at least one District Leader per State Assembly District. These positions are subject to primary elections every two years. Democrats elect two District Leaders, one male and one female, in each district.  In some counties, the District Leaders and State Committee positions are combined.

Male State Committee – 49th Assembly District

District Leaders are volunteer elected officials. They are elected during the primary process every two years. Each district has two District Leaders with the same responsibilities. A district leader serves as the representative of party members in their district to that county and state party.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 63rd Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Alternate Delegate to Judicial Convention – 64th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Female State Committee – 46th Assembly District

A State Committeeperson is an unpaid, volunteer, elected official who serves on the Executive Committee of a County political Party for a two-year term. Registered Democrats elect two Democratic State Committee persons, one male and one female, in each New York State Assembly District.

Male State Committee – 46th Assembly District

District Leaders are volunteer elected officials. They are elected during the primary process every two years. Each district has two District Leaders with the same responsibilities. A district leader serves as the representative of party members in their district to that county and state party.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 84th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 64th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Judge of the Civil Court – 6th Municipal Court District – Kings

The Civil Court of the City of New York decides lawsuits involving claims of up to $25,000. The Civil Court includes a small claims part for the informal resolution of cases involving amounts of up to $5,000, and a housing part for landlord-tenant and housing violation proceedings. The court also handles other civil matters referred by the Supreme Court. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 76th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Alternate Delegate to Judicial Convention – 76th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Party Office: County Committee Member

County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

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County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

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County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

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County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

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County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. County Committee members choose local judicial candidates and help create the party platform.

Alternate Delegate to Judicial Convention – 75th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Alternate Delegate to Judicial Convention – 66th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 75th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 66th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

District Attorney – Kings

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Bronx Borough President

Borough Presidents provide comments and recommendations on land-use issues in their borough, advocate for the borough in the city budget process, appoint Community Boards, chair the Borough Boards, and serve on various boards and committees.

Borough President – Kings

Borough Presidents provide comments and recommendations on land-use issues in their borough, advocate for the borough in the city budget process, appoint Community Boards, chair the Borough Boards, and serve on various boards and committees.

Public Advocate

The Public Advocate is a citywide elected official and is first in line to succeed the Mayor. The Public Advocate is a non-voting member of the City Council, but can introduce and co-sponsor legislation. The Public Advocate office is intended as a link between the people and the city government; monitoring city agencies and receiving and investigating public complaints. In addition, the Public Advocate appoints representative to city boards and commissions.

Mayor

The Mayor of the City of New York is the chief executive of the City. The Mayor appoints all commissioners who head city departments as well as the deputy mayors who manage offices within the Mayor’s Office. The Mayor serves a four-year term.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Judge of the Civil Court – Kings County

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Alternate Delegate to the Judicial Convention – 60th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 60th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 55th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 86th Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Alternate Delegate to Judicial Convention – 72nd Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

Delegate to Judicial Convention – 72nd Assembly District

A party’s nominees for Supreme Court judges (state trial court judges) are nominated at a judicial convention. Party members vote for delegates to the judicial convention from their district.

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County committee members are unpaid, volunteer, elected officials. Two County Committee members represent a relatively small number of party members in an election district. The County committee is the most local level of the political party in New York City. Among other duties, County Committee members choose local judicial candidates, select the party nominee in special elections, and help create the party platform.