Deborah J. Glick, New York State Assemblymember, 66th District
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This site was designed to provide you with more information about me and my work in the community and the Assembly.  As development of the website continues, I will add more in-depth information about my work and views on the pressing issues that face New York City, New York State and the 66th AD, as well as provide information about how you can get involved in these issues and work to improve your neighborhoods and further progressive causes.

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  A Note from Deborah


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Dear Friend,

I am proud to have represented the 66th Assembly District (AD) for the past 20 years. The 66th AD is rich in history and comprised of charming and unique neighborhoods- the Village from East to West, SoHo, NoHo, TriBeCa, Union Square and South Chelsea. While the popularity of these neighborhoods is one of its strengths, it also requires the community and elected officials to be vigilant and active in protecting their unique characters. I have been at the forefront of these fights and am fortunate to have active and involved constituents fighting beside me on this and other progressive issues.

In Albany, I have fought on the issues that matter to the residents of the 66th AD- from working to protect affordable housing and women’s right to choose to ensuring equitable and adequate healthcare coverage for all, and from fighting for equal rights for LGBT individuals to ensuring that all people have the tools to earn a living wage. New York State must reorder its priorities to recognize that economic development is not simply the building of stadiums and skyscrapers- economic development can and must include greater support for artistic and cultural institutions, along with colleges and universities. Our future is clearly tied to a more educated workforce.

As national discourse has become increasingly conservative, it is more important than ever that state governments act to safeguard the rights that the federal government has sought to take away.  To do this, progressive voices must remain loud and strong.  Through the years, I have been a vocal, progressive voice in Albany.  With support from people like you, I will continue this work through the years.

Deborah J. Glick
Deborah J. Glick

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