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1965 New York state election

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The 1965 New York state election was held on November 2, 1965, to elect a judge of the New York Court of Appeals, as well as all members of the New York State Assembly and the New York State Senate.


Judge Marvin R. Dye would reach the constitutional age limit of 70 years at the end of the year.

In December 1964, the assembly and senate districts were re-apportioned. This time the legislators were elected for an exceptional one-year term (session of 1966). From this election on, the assembly districts are all numbered statewide (from 1 to 165, in 1966; from 1 to 150 thereafter) instead of apportioned by county and numbered inside the county (previously 150 districts). This was the only general election of state legislators in an odd-numbered year after 1937.


Former Senator Kenneth Keating was elected.

1965 state election result
Office Republican Democratic Liberal Conservative
Judge of the Court of Appeals Kenneth B. Keating 3,105,864 Owen McGivern[1] 1,824,064 Owen McGivern 207,942 Henry S. Middendorf, Jr.[2] 207,387


  1. ^ Owen McGivern (ca. 1911-1998), assemblyman 1939-50, New York Supreme Court justice (1st District) 1954-76, Appellate Division 1967-76, Presiding Justice 1975-76, Owen McGivern, 87, Dies; Judge Led Appellate Court in NYT on July 8, 1998
  2. ^ Henry Stump Middendorf, Jr. (1923-2000), lawyer, of Manhattan, Harvard graduate, ran also in 1974, H.S. Middendorf Jr., 77, Manhattan Lawyer Obit in NYT on March 14, 2000


Vote totals from New York Red Book 1966

See also

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