Shelley Mayer Seated as Member of the New York State Assembly

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MAYER_Shelley-first day in the AssemblyALBANY, NY — Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer (D-Yonkers) was seated as a member of the New York State Assembly on Wednesday, March 21, 2012.

In her first vote as a member of the Assembly Majority, Mayer supported legislation protecting victims of domestic violence.

“Following years of advocating for the rights of women and children, I am proud that my first vote as a member of the Assembly was to strengthen protections for victims of domestic violence. It is important that we put measures in place to prevent these types of crimes from happening,” said Mayer. “I look forward to working with my colleagues in the Assembly to advocate for the needs of New York families, businesses and neighborhoods.

Constituents can contact Assemblywoman Mayer at her Albany office:

Legislative Office Building, Room 323
Albany, NY 12248.
(518) 455-3662.

Assemblywoman Mayer’s district office will be established within the next week.

 

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