Senate Members & CD9
32 Democrats 31 Republicans (I know I need to update this and will I can think of a reason)
The relationship of constituents to the State Government’s 63 members of the NY Senate can last a long time. They have two-year terms but there are no limits. This section seeks information that contributes to a better understanding of issues that confront our state representatives that share a portion of the Ninth Congressional District.
- In 2016 Senate District 17 voted for Trump. Details are here.
Do they share issues and solve problems? It is difficult to tell.
For example, an analysis by participants in an effort to reform the Brooklyn political machine came up with this analysis by the New Kings Democrats. Is your Senator working for you or not?
|17||Simcha Felder||Democratic||Bills Positions|
|18||Martin Malave Dilan||Democratic||Bills Positions|
|19||Roxanne J. Persaud||Democratic||Bills Positions|
|20||Jesse Hamilton||Democratic||Bills Positions|
|21||Kevin S Parker||Democratic||Bills Positions|
|22||Martin J Golden||Republican||Bills Positions|
|25||Velmanette Montgomery||Democratic||Bills Positions|