Nicole Malliotakis

Representative at Office of the Representative from New York's 11th District, Nicole Malliotakis

Nicole Malliotakis

Nicole Malliotakis

Representative at Office of the Representative from New York's 11th District, Nicole Malliotakis

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Council Member from District 21 at City of New York (New York)

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Representative from the 28 District at New York State Assembly

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First Deputy Secretary to the Speaker for Program & Policy at New York State Assembly

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Representative from the 63rd District at New York State Assembly

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Representative from the 26th District at New York State Assembly

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Representative from the 24 District at New York State Assembly

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Representative from District 131 at New York State Assembly

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Representative from the 58th District at New York State Assembly

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Representative from the 83rd District at New York State Assembly

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Nicole Malliotakis
Representative at Office of the Representative from New York's 11th District, Nicole Malliotakis
Career History
Representative from the 64 District
2011 - 2021

The New York State Assembly is the lower house of the New York Legislature, the state legislature of the U.S. state of New York. The Assembly is composed of 150 members representing an equal amount of districts, with each district having an average population of 127,000. Assembly members serve two-year terms without term limits.

Liaison for the Late State Senator John Marchi
Prior

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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Seamen's Society for Children & Families operates as a enable children to survive and thrive. The company was founded in 1846 and is headquartered in Staten Island, NY.

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2008

TO ASSIST THE COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND BY DEVELOPING AN ONGOING BASE OF SUPPORT FROM ALUMNI AND FRIENDS OF THE COLLEGE.

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