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The New York State Comptroller manages the state's $160.7 billion pension fund, audits the spending practices of all state agencies and local governments, oversees the New York State and Local Retirement System, critically reviews the New York State and City budgets, and approves billions in state contracts and spending.

 

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Tom DiNapoli (D, WEP)

Robert Antonacci (R, SCC)

Theresa Portelli (G)

John Clifton (L)

 


DiNapoli (D)

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Tom DiNapoli (D)

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Currently: NYS Comptroller (2007-present)

Previous Work: NYS Assembly (D-16) (1987-2007); Representative, Mineola Board of Education (1972-1982)

Education: BA, Hofstra University; MA, The New School University


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Organizations: Village Independent Democrats; Bay Ridge Democrats; Tilden Democratic Club; Community Free Democrats; Three Parks Independent Democrats; Stonewall Democratic Club of NYC; Civil Service Employees Association; Empire State Pride Agenda

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