Michael Benjamin (politician)
Michael Benjamin (born May 2, 1958) represented District 79 in the New York State Assembly, which includes Morrisania, Crotona Park East, and East Tremont, until December 31, 2010. The seat is currently held by Eric Stevenson.
Chosen in a special election in 2003, Benjamin is a member of the Election Law Committee. A former member of the Bronx Board of Elections and Deputy Chief of the Board of Elections, he sponsored the Campaign Financing Reform Act of 2005.
Challengers in the 2006 primary were Wilbert Tee Lawton-a district leader-and Sigfredo Gonzalez.
Benjamin holds a B.A.in Political Science from Syracuse University.
Benjamin retired from the State Assembly on December 31, 2010. He now works as a columnist and public affairs consultant.
- Bronx Official Is Nominated For Assembly
- Benjamin's response to the 2008 Candidate Questionnaire for State Senate and Assembly from the 504 Democratic Club of New York City
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