New York state election, 1965
|Elections in New York|
Judge Marvin R. Dye would reach the constitutional age limit of 70 years at the end of the year.
In 1965, the assembly and senate districts were re-apportioned and both houses were renewed, the members being elected for an exceptional one-year term (session of 1966). From this election on, the assembly districts are all numbered statewide (from 1 to 165; in 1965) instead of apportioned by county, and numbered inside the county (150 districts). This was the only general election of state legislators in an odd-numbered year after 1937.
The Republican candidate was elected.
|Ticket / Office||Judge of the Court of Appeals|
|Republican||Kenneth B. Keating||3,105,864|
|Conservative||Henry S. Middendorf, Jr.||207,387|
- Owen McGivern (ca. 1911-1998), assemblyman 1939-50, New York Supreme Court justice (1st District) 1954-76, Appellate Division 1967-76, Presiding Justice 1975-76, Owen McGivern, 87, Dies; Judge Led Appellate Court in NYT on July 8, 1998
- Henry Stump Middendorf, Jr. (1923-2000), lawyer, of Manhattan, Harvard graduate, ran also in 1974, H.S. Middendorf Jr., 77, Manhattan Lawyer Obit in NYT on March 14, 2000
- KEATING IS VICTOR IN COURT CONTEST; Ex-Senator Tops McGivern for Appeals Bench in Sole Statewide Election in NYT on November 3, 1965 (subscription required)
Vote totals from New York Red Book 1966