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*FIRST* TO JOIN WOLF PAC NEW YORK:  CLICK HERE

 

Contact Information for New York State Legislators
For State Assembly Members,  Click Here         For State Senators,  Click Here 

If you live in New York and want to help in any way or would like more information email:  mike@wolf-pac.com


*NY Assembly has proposed legislation calling for the partial public financing of elections and limited campaign contributions, Click Here

New York City Council joins many other cities by voting against corporate personhood and Citizens United, to read Click Here

 

       Comments our volunteers have received from New York Assembly Members
(Help us find more support in the New York Statehouse!)

Liz Krueger  (D - 28th Senate District)
Supportive of NYC system. Spoke in favor of a constitutional amendment.

Michael Gianaris  (D - 12th Senate District)
In favor of reform and open to the idea of a convention. Supportive of NYC system.  Expressed support of Wolf PAC and told us to contact him if we need his help.

Bill Perkins  (D - WF - 30th Senate District)
In favor of campaign finance reform, and cosponsor of bill S3584B that "Provides for optional partial public financing of certain election campaigns in this state; limits personal use of campaign funds; establish certain contribution limits; requires identification of the source of certain political communications and provides for a state board of elections enforcement unit and counsel." and is concerned of the role money plays in politics.

Jeffrey Klein (D - 34th Senate District)
Supportive of NYC system that limits contributions and provides public financing of elections. Supportive of an amendment.

John Sampson  (D - 19th Senate District)
Supportive of NYC system. Open to a convention. Very supportive of an amendment.  Expressed interest in Wolf PAC and is willing to work with us further.

Velmanette Montgomery  (D - 25th Senate District)
Signed our petition and is willing to circulate it herself. Very supportive of Wolf-PAC and wants to be more involved. Wants to speak to other Senators to get involved as well.

Daniel Squadron  (D - 26th Senate District)
Supportive of strong campaign finance reform.   To watch an interview with Daniel, Click Here 

Joseph Griffo  (R - 47th Senate District)
Against public financing, but is concerned of the role money plays in politics.  Expressed interest in Wolf PAC, worried about the possibility of a runnaway convention.

Martin Golden  (R - 22nd Senate District)  
Against public financing, but concerned about the role money plays in politics.

Martin Malave Dilan  (D - 18th Senate District)
Very concerned about money's role in politics, and in favor of NYC system.

Patrick Gallivan  (R - 59th Senate District)  
Against public financing, but expressed concern about the role money plays in politics.

Rubin Diaz (D - 32nd Senate District)
Supportive of campaign finance reform. Concerned of role money plays in politics.

Tom Libous'  (R - 52nd Senate District)
Concerned about role money plays in politics.

Timothy Kennedy  (D - 63rd Senate District)
Supportive of bill S3584B that "Provides for optional partial public financing of certain election campaigns in this state; limits personal use of campaign funds; establish certain contribution limits; requires identification of the source of certain political communications and provides for a state board of elections enforcement unit and counsel." and is concerned of the role money plays in politics.

Tony Avella  (D - 11th Senate District)
In favor of campaign finance reform, and cosponsor of bill S3584B that "Provides for optional partial public financing of certain election campaigns in this state; limits personal use of campaign funds; establish certain contribution limits; requires identification of the source of certain political communications and provides for a state board of elections enforcement unit and counsel." and is concerned of the role money plays in politics.













 

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