Frank Milano

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Frank P. Milano is a Judge of the New York Court of Claims[1] who was Acting Secretary of State of New York.[2]

Milano served for several years in the administration of Gov. George Pataki as the First Deputy Secretary of State, and became Acting Secretary of State of New York upon the resignation of Randy Daniels on September 23, 2005. He held this post until the appointment of Christopher Jacobs in April 2006.

Milano served for over four years as the part-time town judge in Bethlehem, New York, a suburb of Albany.[3] He was nominated by Pataki to the Court of Claims in June 2006 [4] and was confirmed by the State Senate to a nine-year term.

Political offices
Preceded by
Randy Daniels
Secretary of State of New York
Acting

2005 - 2006
Succeeded by
Christopher Jacobs

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