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Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo Announces Bid For LaValle’s Seat

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Anthony Palumbo announced his candidacy for Senator Kenneth P. LaValle's seat in Albany last week. COURTESY ANTHONY PALUMBO'S OFFICE

Anthony Palumbo announced his candidacy for Senator Kenneth P. LaValle's seat in Albany last week. COURTESY ANTHONY PALUMBO'S OFFICE

Anthony Palumbo of New Suffolk celebrates his reelection to the state Assembly in 2018.

Anthony Palumbo of New Suffolk celebrates his reelection to the state Assembly in 2018. BY JOHN GRIFFIN

Anthony Palumbo

Anthony Palumbo

authorGreg Wehner on Feb 6, 2020
Just weeks after State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle announced he was not seeking reelection to his post, after serving the 1st District of New York for 44 years, Assemblyman Anthony... more

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