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Who Is Term Limited Out of Office in 2005?

by Gotham Gazette Staff, Dec 02, 2004
 

In the fall of 2005, six current members of the New York City Council and Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields will not be able to run for reelection because of the city's term limits law.

Term limits, which restrict city officials to two consecutive four-year terms in office, were approved by voters in two referenda. It first went into effect in 2002.

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All city officials - including the mayor, public advocate, city comptroller, the borough presidents, and all 51 City Council members - are up for reelection in 2005. Primary Day is September 13, 2005; the General Election is November 8, 2005.

The chart below shows when City Council members were elected and when they will be kicked out of office. (For more on how to read the chart, see the bottom of the page.)

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Borough Dist. Member Party Elected Can't Run
Manhattan 1 Alan J. Gerson DEM 2001 2009
Manhattan 2 Margarita Lopez DEM 1997 2005
Manhattan 3 Christine Quinn DEM 1999 2009
Manhattan 4 Eva S. Moskowitz DEM 1999 2009
Manhattan 5 Gifford Miller DEM 1996 2005
Manhattan 6 Gale A. Brewer DEM 2001 2009
Manhattan 7 Robert Jackson DEM 2001 2009
Manhattan 8 Philip Reed DEM 1997 2005
Manhattan 9 Bill Perkins DEM 1997 2005
Manhattan 10 Miguel Martinez DEM 2001 2009
Bronx 11 G. Oliver Koppell DEM 2001 2009
Bronx 12 Larry B. Seabrook DEM 2001 2009
Bronx 13 Madeline Provenzano DEM 1997 2005
Bronx 14 Maria Baez DEM 2001 2009
Bronx 15 Joel Rivera DEM 2001 2009
Bronx 16 Helen D. Foster DEM 2001 2009
Bronx 17 Maria del Carmen Arroyo DEM 2005 2013
Bronx 18 Anabel Palma DEM 2003 2013
Queens 19 Tony Avella DEM 2001 2009
Queens 20 John C. Liu DEM 2001 2009
Queens 21 Hiram Monserrate DEM 2001 2009
Queens 22 Peter F. Vallone Jr. DEM 2001 2009
Queens 23 David I. Weprin DEM 2001 2009
Queens 24 James F. Gennaro DEM 2001 2009
Queens 25 Helen Sears DEM 2001 2009
Queens 26 Eric N. Gioia DEM 2001 2009
Queens 27 Leroy G. Comrie DEM 2001 2009
Queens 28 Allan W. Jennings DEM 2001 2009
Queens 29 Melinda R. Katz DEM 2001 2009
Queens 30 Dennis P. Gallagher REP 2001 2009
Queens 31 James Sanders DEM 2001 2009
Queens 32 Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 33 David Yassky DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 34 Diana Reyna DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 35 Letitia James WF 2003 2013
Brooklyn 36 Albert Vann DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 37 Erik Martin Dilan DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 38 Sarah Gonzalez DEM 2002 2013
Brooklyn 39 Bill DeBlasio DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 40 Yvette D. Clarke DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 41 Tracy Boyland DEM 1997 2005
Brooklyn 42 Charles Barron DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 43 Vincent Gentile DEM 2003 2013
Brooklyn 44 Simcha Felder DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 45 Kendall B. Stewart DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 46 Lewis A. Fidler DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 47 Domenic M. Recchia DEM 2001 2009
Brooklyn 48 Michael Nelson DEM 1999 2009
Staten Island 49 Michael E. McMahon DEM 2001 2009
Staten Island 50 James S. Oddo REP 1999 2009
Staten Island 51 Andrew J. Lanza REP 2001 2009

Key for reading the chart

Names in bold are term-limited in 2005.

Term limits only apply to consecutive terms. The "Can't Run" heading assumes the elected official remains in office and continues to be reelected.

While term limits usually restricts lawmakers to eight years in office, some can serve longer. Those who took office in a special election in the middle of a term can serve more than eight years, because the time before the next regularly scheduled election does not count toward their two consecutive four-year terms. Also every ten years, the four-year terms are shortened to two, two- year terms when council lines are redrawn with new census data.






 


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