Linda Rosenthal

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Linda Rosenthal
Linda Rosenthal 2006.jpg
Rosenthal in 2006.
Member of the New York State Assembly
from the 67th district
Incumbent
Assumed office
February 2006
Preceded by Scott Stringer
Personal details
Born (1957-11-02) November 2, 1957 (age 56)[1]
New York City[1]
Political party Democratic
Residence Upper West Side, Manhattan[2]
Alma mater University of Rochester[2]
Profession Politician
Religion Judaism[1]
Website Official website

Linda B. Rosenthal (born November 2, 1957)[1] represents District 67 as a Democrat in the New York State Assembly, which includes parts of Manhattan's Upper West Side and Clinton neighborhoods.

Rosenthal earned a B.A. degree in history from the University of Rochester[2] in 1980.[1] She served as an assistant to Congressman Jerry Nadler for thirteen years. She was elected to the State Assembly in a February 2006 special election to replace Scott Stringer, who left the Assembly to become Manhattan Borough President.[3][4] Rosenthal won the November 2008 general election with 84.7 percent of the vote[5] and ran uncontested in the November 2010 general election.[6]

In the Assembly, Rosenthal sits on the Housing, Energy, Agriculture, Corporations, and Alcohol and Drug Abuse Committees. In 2006, the New York State Legislature passed Assemblymember Rosenthal's landmark legislation allowing court orders of protection to be extended to pets.

She resides on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.[2]

Election results[edit]

NYS Assembly Member Linda B. Rosenthal of the 67th Assembly District
Linda B. Rosenthal (DEM - WOR) ... 5,694
Charles A. Simon (WSP) ... 2,254
Emily A. Csendes (REP) ... 875
Michael Lupinacci (IND - NLP) ... 603
Linda B. Rosenthal (DEM - WOR) ... 33,909
Theodore Howard (REP) ... 4,469
Linda B. Rosenthal (DEM - WOR) ... 46,780
Eleanor Friedman (REP) ... 8,825
Linda B. Rosenthal (DEM - WOR) ... 32,283

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New York Assembly
Preceded by
Scott Stringer
New York State Assembly, 67th District
2006–present
Incumbent