New York State Senate

New York State Senate

New York State Senate


157 East 104th Street,New York, NY 10029

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The New York State Senate, under the State's first Constitution which was adopted in 1777, consisted of 24 members, elected from and by the freeholders of the state possessing one hundred pounds over and above all indebtedness. The members were apportioned among four great districts and were chosen for four-year terms, the length of the first term to be decided after the election, by lot, with the terms of six members expiring each year. An additional Senator was to be added to each district whenever it was shown, by a septennial census, that the number of electors within the district had increased one twenty-fourth. The maximum number to which the Senate could be increased was placed at 100. When, after the census of 1795, the number of Senators had been increased to 43, the rule was found to be unequal in its operation and, in 1801, the Constitution was amended fixing the number at 32.

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Special Advisor to Dean Skelos

Deputy Chief of Staff

Production Coordinator

Legislative Director

Director of Communications

Community Program Coordinator

Associate Counsel

Community Liaison

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