Annette Robinson

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Robinson in 2014

Annette Robinson represents District 56 in the New York State Assembly, which includes most of Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Chosen in a special election held in 2002, in which she garnered over 90% of the vote, she currently serves as the District Leader/State Committeewoman for the 56th Assembly District. She has been employed in a variety of capacities in the past, including as a member of the Community School Board for District 16, where she served three terms-as Coordinator and Liaison for former New York City Comptroller Harrison J. Goldin, for six years, and as District Director for former Congressman Major Owens.

City Council[edit]

Prior to her election to the Assembly Robinson was the Councilwoman for District 36 in the New York City Council, which she had represented since 1991.

Affiliations[edit]

In addition to her work in the New York Assembly, Robinson is the Vice-Chairwoman of the New York State Council of Black Elected Democrats.[citation needed]

Education[edit]

She holds B.S. and Master's degrees from New Hampshire College.

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Political offices
Preceded by
New district
New York City Council, 36th District
1992 – 2001
Succeeded by
Albert Vann
New York Assembly
Preceded by
Albert Vann
New York State Assembly, 56th District
2002–present
Incumbent