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195th New York State Legislature

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195th New York State Legislature
194th 196th
The facade of the New York State Capitol building in bright daylight
JurisdictionNew York, United States
TermJanuary 1, 2003 – December 31, 2004
PresidentLt. Gov. Mary Donohue (R)
Temporary PresidentJoseph Bruno (R)
Party controlRepublican
SpeakerSheldon Silver (D)
Party controlDemocratic
1stJanuary 8 – ?, 2003
2ndJanuary 7 – ?, 2004

The 195th New York State Legislature, consisting of the New York State Senate and the New York State Assembly, met from January 8, 2003, to December 31, 2004, during the ninth and tenth years of George Pataki's governorship, in Albany.

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Being a leader on campus means that I have to hold myself to my own standards, but to the standard of the student body of CMU. Which means being responsible, being polite being open, being friendly. I chose CMU because it’s a school where I feel everyone says hello to you, everyone says hi and that is something that I like to embody as a leaders, that I am always open to new ideas and suggestions and I am always introducing myself to new people. As the SGA president I represent the student body and their interests and their concerns and I bring those concerns to administrators that can address them like Presidnet Ross and the board of trustees. I also run the Student Government Association which is comprised of three hundred and fifty representative of every RSO that is on campus and twenty three senators which represent all the colleges we have here at CMU, and we can pass legislation addressing concerns that students have. I am passionate for helping students, I am passionate for helping people find their voice. I am a big believer in that everyone has a voice, that they can have heard and not that necessarily speak for other people, so I would rather help amplify other student voices and speak over them. I think CMU is a school that embodies leadership and I think it is a school that will help foster any type of person, whether you’re an introvert, and extrovert, you’re someone who was supper active in high school or someone who was kinda behind the scenes and it doesn’t matter what kind of person you are there is a type of leadership that fits you he you can do here at CMU. I’m Marie, I’m the SGA president and I’m a CMU Chippewa


State Senate


The asterisk (*) denotes members of the previous Legislature who continued in office as members of this Legislature. Betty Little and Joseph Robach changed from the Assembly to the Senate at the beginning of this legislature.

Note: For brevity, the chairmanships omit the words "...the Committee on (the)..."

District Senator Party Notes
1st Kenneth LaValle* Republican
2nd John J. Flanagan Republican
3rd Caesar Trunzo* Republican
4th Owen H. Johnson* Republican
5th Carl L. Marcellino* Republican
6th Kemp Hannon* Republican
7th Michael Balboni* Republican
8th Charles J. Fuschillo Jr.* Republican
9th Dean Skelos* Republican
10th Ada L. Smith* Democrat
11th Frank Padavan* Republican
12th George Onorato* Democrat
13th John Sabini Democrat
14th Malcolm Smith* Democrat
15th Serphin R. Maltese* Cons./Rep.
16th Toby Ann Stavisky* Democrat
17th Martin Malave Dilan Democrat
18th Velmanette Montgomery* Democrat
19th John L. Sampson* Democrat
20th Carl Andrews* Democrat
21st Kevin Parker Democrat
22nd Martin Golden Republican
23rd Seymour P. Lachman* Democrat
24th John J. Marchi* Republican
25th Martin Connor* Democrat
26th Liz Krueger* Democrat
27th Carl Kruger* Democrat
28th Olga A. Méndez* Democrat
29th Thomas Duane* Democrat
30th David Paterson* Democrat Minority Leader
31st Eric Schneiderman* Democrat
32nd Rubén Díaz Sr. Democrat
33rd Efrain Gonzalez Jr.* Democrat
34th Guy J. Velella* Republican resigned on May 14, 2004[1]
35th Nicholas A. Spano* Republican
36th Ruth Hassell-Thompson* Democrat
37th Suzi Oppenheimer* Democrat
38th Thomas P. Morahan* Republican
39th William J. Larkin, Jr.* Republican
40th Vincent Leibell* Republican
41st Stephen M. Saland* Republican
42nd John Bonacic* Republican
43rd Joseph Bruno* Republican re-elected Temporary President
44th Hugh T. Farley* Republican
45th Betty Little* Republican
46th Neil Breslin* Democrat
47th Raymond A. Meier* Republican
48th James W. Wright* Republican
49th Nancy Larraine Hoffmann* Republican
50th John A. DeFrancisco* Republican
51st James L. Seward* Republican
52nd Thomas W. Libous* Republican
53rd Randy Kuhl* Republican
54th Michael F. Nozzolio* Republican
55th James S. Alesi* Republican
56th Joseph Robach* Republican
57th Patricia McGee* Republican
58th William Stachowski* Democrat
59th Dale M. Volker* Republican
60th Byron Brown* Democrat
61st Mary Lou Rath* Republican
62nd George D. Maziarz* Republican


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Assembly members

The asterisk (*) denotes members of the previous Legislature who continued in office as members of this Legislature.

Note: For brevity, the chairmanships omit the words "...the Committee on (the)..."

District Assembly member Party Notes
1st Patricia Acampora* Republican
2nd Fred W. Thiele, Jr.* Republican
3rd Patricia Eddington* Democrat
4th Steve Englebright* Democrat
5th Steve Levy* Democrat on November 4, 2003, elected Suffolk County Executive
Ginny Fields Democrat on March 9, 2004, elected to fill vacancy[2]
6th Philip Ramos Democrat
7th Michael J. Fitzpatrick Republican
8th Thomas F. Barraga* Republican
9th Andrew Raia Republican
10th James D. Conte* Republican
11th Robert K. Sweeney* Democrat
12th Steven L. Labriola* Republican on November 4, 2003, elected Town Clerk of Oyster Bay
Joseph Saladino Republican on March 9, 2004, elected to fill vacancy[2]
13th David Sidikman* Democrat
14th Robert Barra* Republican
15th Donna Ferrara* Republican
16th Thomas DiNapoli* Democrat
17th Maureen O'Connell* Republican
18th Earlene Hill Hooper* Democrat
19th David McDonough* Republican
20th Harvey Weisenberg* Democrat
21st Thomas Alfano* Republican
22nd Barry Grodenchik Democrat
23rd Audrey Pheffer* Democrat
24th Mark Weprin* Democrat
25th Brian M. McLaughlin* Democrat
26th Ann-Margaret Carrozza* Democrat
27th Nettie Mayersohn* Democrat
28th Michael Cohen* Democrat
29th William Scarborough* Democrat
30th Margaret Markey* Democrat
31st Michele Titus* Democrat
32nd Vivian E. Cook* Democrat
33rd Barbara M. Clark* Democrat
34th Ivan C. Lafayette* Democrat
35th Jeffrion L. Aubry* Democrat
36th Michael Gianaris* Democrat
37th Catherine Nolan* Democrat
38th Anthony S. Seminerio* Democrat
39th Jose Peralta Democrat
40th Diane Gordon* Democrat
41st Helene Weinstein* Democrat
42nd Rhoda S. Jacobs* Democrat
43rd Clarence Norman Jr.* Democrat
44th James F. Brennan* Democrat
45th Steven Cymbrowitz* Democrat
46th Adele Cohen* Democrat
47th William Colton* Democrat
48th Dov Hikind* Democrat
49th Peter J. Abbate Jr.* Democrat
50th Joseph R. Lentol* Democrat
51st Félix W. Ortiz* Democrat
52nd Joan Millman* Democrat
53rd Vito J. Lopez* Democrat
54th Darryl C. Towns* Democrat
55th William F. Boyland* Democrat resigned in January 2003
William Boyland Jr. Democrat on February 25, 2003, elected to fill vacancy[3]
56th Annette Robinson* Democrat
57th Roger L. Green* Democrat resigned on June 1, 2004[4]
58th N. Nick Perry* Democrat
59th Frank R. Seddio* Democrat
60th Matthew Mirones* Republican
61st John W. Lavelle* Democrat
62nd Robert A. Straniere* Republican
63rd Michael Cusick Democrat
64th Sheldon Silver* Democrat re-elected Speaker
65th Alexander B. Grannis* Democrat
66th Deborah J. Glick* Democrat
67th Scott Stringer* Democrat
68th Adam Clayton Powell IV* Democrat
69th Daniel J. O'Donnell Democrat
70th Keith L. T. Wright* Democrat
71st Herman D. Farrell, Jr.* Democrat Chairman of Ways and Means
72nd Adriano Espaillat* Democrat
73rd Jonathan Bing Democrat
74th Steven Sanders* Democrat
75th Richard N. Gottfried* Democrat
76th Peter M. Rivera* Democrat
77th Aurelia Greene* Democrat
78th Jose Rivera* Democrat
79th Gloria Davis* Democrat resigned on January 6, 2003[5]
Michael Benjamin Democrat on February 25, 2003, elected to fill vacancy[3]
80th Jeffrey D. Klein* Democrat
81st Jeffrey Dinowitz* Democrat
82nd Stephen B. Kaufman* Democrat
83rd Carl Heastie* Democrat
84th Carmen E. Arroyo* Democrat
85th Rubén Díaz Jr.* Democrat
86th Luis Diaz Democrat
87th J. Gary Pretlow* Democrat
88th Amy Paulin* Democrat
89th Adam Bradley Democrat
90th Sandy Galef* Democrat
91st Ronald C. Tocci* Ind. Dem.[6]
92nd Richard L. Brodsky* Democrat
93rd Mike Spano* Republican
94th Alexander J. Gromack* Democrat
95th Ryan Karben Democrat
96th Nancy Calhoun* Republican
97th Howard Mills III* Republican
98th Jacob E. Gunther III* Democrat died on July 9, 2003[7]
Aileen Gunther Democrat on November 4, 2003, elected to fill vacancy[8]
99th Willis Stephens* Republican
100th Thomas J. Kirwan* Republican
101st Kevin A. Cahill* Democrat
102nd Joel M. Miller* Republican
103rd Patrick R. Manning* Republican
104th John McEneny* Democrat
105th Paul D. Tonko* Democrat
106th Ronald Canestrari* Democrat
107th Clifford Crouch* Republican
108th Pat M. Casale* Republican
109th Robert G. Prentiss* Republican
110th Jim Tedisco* Republican
111th Bill Magee* Democrat
112th Roy J. McDonald* Republican
113th Teresa Sayward Republican
114th Chris Ortloff* Republican
115th David R. Townsend Jr.* Republican
116th RoAnn Destito* Democrat
117th Marc W. Butler* Republican
118th Darrel Aubertine Democrat
119th Joan Christensen* Democrat
120th William Magnarelli* Democrat
121st Jeffrey Brown* Republican
122nd Dede Scozzafava* Republican
123rd Gary Finch* Republican
124th William Barclay Republican
125th Barbara Lifton Democrat
126th Robert J. Warner* Republican
127th Daniel L. Hooker Republican
128th Bob Oaks* Republican
129th Brian Kolb* Republican
130th Joseph Errigo* Republican
131st Susan V. John* Democrat
132nd Joseph D. Morelle* Democrat
133rd David Gantt* Democrat
134th Bill Reilich Republican
135th David Koon* Democrat
136th James Bacalles* Republican
137th George H. Winner Jr.* Republican
138th Francine DelMonte* Democrat
139th Charles H. Nesbitt* Republican Minority Leader
140th Robin Schimminger* Democrat
141st Crystal Peoples Democrat
142nd Sandra Lee Wirth* Republican
143rd Paul Tokasz* Democrat Majority Leader
144th Sam Hoyt* Democrat
145th Brian Higgins* Democrat
146th Richard A. Smith* Democrat
147th Daniel Burling* Republican
148th James P. Hayes* Republican
149th Catharine Young* Republican
150th William L. Parment* Democrat


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  1. ^ Leading N.Y. GOPer to resign from Senate at UPI on May 13, 2004
  2. ^ a b No Surprises In 3 Special Elections by Vivian S. Toy, in The New York Times on March 14, 2004
  3. ^ a b Espada Wins Council Race in the Bronx by Jonathan P. Hicks, in The New York Times on February 26, 2003
  4. ^ Assemblyman's Resignation Puzzles Many in Brooklyn by Jonathan P. Hicks, in The New York Times on June 4, 2004
  5. ^ LEGISLATOR QUITS, MAY COP PLEA by Bob Kappstatter, in the New York Daily News on January 7, 2003
  6. ^ Tocci was elected on the Republican ticket, defeating the regular Democratic candidate, but remained a registered Democrat and sat with the Democrats.
  7. ^ He Was a Good Friend First by Matt Youngfrau, in the Sullivan County Democrat on July 11, 2003
  8. ^ 98th District special election result at NYS Board of Elections


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