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All district boundaries are the new ones, reflecting changes after the 2002 redistricting by the New York State Legislature.

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Important Dates for 2002:

June 18 - First day party candidates can gather signatures for petitions

July 25 - Last day to file petitions

August 12 - New York City Board Of Elections begins hearings on challenges to petitions

August 16 - Last day to register in person or by mail for the primary election

September 10 - Primary Election

September 30 - Certification of general election ballot by State Board of Elections

October 11 - Last day to register in person or by mail for the general election

November 5 - General Election
Name District
Peter Abbate, Jr. 49
Carmen Arroyo 84
Jeffrion Aubry 35
William Boyland 55
James Brennan 44
Ann Carrozza 26
Barbara Clark 33
Michael Cohen 28
Adele Cohen 46
William Colton 47
Vivian Cook 32
Steven Cymbrowitz 45
Gloria Davis 79
Ruben Diaz, Jr. 85
Jeffrey Dinowitz 81
Adriano Espaillat 72
Herman Farrell, Jr. 71
Michael Gianaris 36
Deborah Glick 66
Diane Gordon 40
Richard Gottfried 75
Alexander Grannis 65
Roger Green 57
Aurelia Greene 77
Carl Heastie 83
Dov Hikind 48
Rhoda Jacobs 42
Stephen Kaufman 82
Jeffrey Klein 80
Ivan Lafayette 34
John Lavelle 61
Joseph Lentol 50
Vito Lopez 53
Margaret Markey 30
Nettie Mayersohn 27
Brian McLaughlin 25
Joan Millman 52
Matt Minrones 60
Catherine Nolan 37
Clarence Norman, Jr. 43
Felix Ortiz 51
N. Nick Perry 58
Audrey Pheffer 23
Adam Powell 68
Jose Rivera 78
Peter Rivera 76
Annette Robinson 56
Steven Sanders 74
William Scarborough 29
Frank Seddio 59
Anthony Seminerio 38
Sheldon Silver 64
Robert Straniere 62
Scott Stringer 67
Michele Titus 31
Darryl Towns 54
Helene Weinstein 41
Mark Weprin 24
Keith Wright 70

Eye On Albany 2002 is a guide to the races for the 91 seats of the New York State Legislature that represent residents of New York City.

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