Daniel Dromm

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Daniel Dromm
Member of the New York City Council from the 25th district
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 1, 2010
Preceded by Helen Sears
Personal details
Political party Democratic
Residence Jackson Heights, New York
Profession Public school teacher
Religion Roman Catholic
Website NYC Council: District 25

Daniel Dromm, commonly known as Danny Dromm, is an American teacher and politician from Queens, New York who is a member of the New York City Council. As a Democrat, he was elected to the city council in 2009, representing the 25th district in Queens. Dromm defeated councilwoman Helen Sears by 10 points, 49% to 39%, in the Democratic primary.[1]

A resident of Jackson Heights, Dromm is a public school teacher. Heavily involved in the Queens County Democratic Party, he served as Democratic District Leader in the 39th assembly district.

He is one of the first two openly gay city council members from outside Manhattan, elected alongside Jimmy Van Bramer.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Helen Sears
New York City Council District 25
2010–present
Incumbent