New York state election, 1969
|Elections in New York|
The 1969 New York state election was held on November 4, 1969, to elect a judge of the New York Court of Appeals.
On August 30, Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller recommended to the Republican State Committee the nomination of the Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division (Third Dept.) James Gibson for the Court of Appeals.
On September 4, Gibson was nominated by the Republican, Democratic and Conservative state committees. The Liberal Party refused to endorse Gibson or any other candidate.
On September 15, Governor Rockefeller appointed Gibson to fill the vacancy temporarily.
The incumbent Gibson was re-elected.
|Ticket / Office||Judge of the Court of Appeals|
- GIBSON NOMINATED TO APPEALS COURT; 3 Parties Select Republican for Seat Held by Keating in NYT on September 5, 1969 (subscription required)