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Albany County, NY November 7, 2006 Election
State Senator; District 46 Voter Information

2 Year Term. Salary: $79,500

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Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Neil D. Breslin Click here for more information about this candidate

  • Party: Democratic, Independence, Working Families
  • Occupation: Attorney, New York State Senator, 46th District
  • Vincentian Institute, Fordam University, University of Toledo Law School

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The League of Women Voters of the Capital District has asked all candidates for this office to respond to 3 questions on Member Items, Redistricting, and Drug Discounts.

Official Information

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Nonpartisan Information

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  • Profiles of Candidates - Browse for District 46, candidate name. Then find Biography, Campaign Finances, Issue Positions (NPAT), Special Interest Groups, and Voting Record for each candidate as available.
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