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|New York State Assembly, District 73|
|Bachelor's||University of Pennsylvania|
|J.D.||New York University School of Law|
Bing's other political experiences include committeeman for New York Democratic State Party, 73rd Assembly District and member of Manhattan Community Board 6.
Bing earned his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. from the New York University School of Law. His professional experience includes being an attorney with Torys Limited Liability Practice; New York coordinator for Federal emergency management agency, the American Bar Association's Disaster Legal Services; and as a law clerk for United States District Court Judge Bruce Van Sickle.
Prior to leaving the New York State Assembly, he served on the following committees:
- Health Committee, New York State Assembly
- Housing Committee, New York State Assembly
- Insurance Committee, New York State Assembly
- Judiciary Committee, New York State Assembly
- Oversight, Analysis and Investigation Committee, New York State Assembly
- Social Services Committee, New York State Assembly
- Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Development Committee, New York State Assembly
In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Bing served on the following committees:
- Health Committee, New York Assembly
- Housing Committee, New York Assembly
- Insurance Committee, New York Assembly
- Judiciary Committee, New York Assembly
- Social Services Committee, New York Assembly
- Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Committee, New York Assembly
- See also: New York State Assembly elections, 2010
Bing defeated Gregory Lundahl in the September 14 Democratic primary, but Lundahl secured the nomination of the Working Families Party. Bing defeated Paul Niehaus (R) and Gregory Lundahl (WF) in the general election on November 2.
|New York State Assembly, District 73 2010|
|Jonathan Bing (D)||23,031|
|Paul Niehaus (R)||11,644|
|Gregory Lundahl (WF)||675|
- See also: New York State Assembly elections, 2008
On November 4, 2008, Bing won re-election to the New York State Assembly, District 73, defeating opponent David Casavis (R).
Bing raised $329,216 for his campaign while Casavis raised $620.
|New York State Assembly, District 73 2008|
|Jonathan Bing (D)||37,628|
|David Casavis (R)||13,377|
In 2008, a year in which Bing was up for re-election, he collected $329,216 in donations.
The major contributors were:
|New York State Trial Lawyers||$4,700|
|New York State Association of Realtors||$3,800|
Bing and his wife, Meredith Ballew, have one child; Charlotte.
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- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
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- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2006, 2004, 2002
- Gotham Gazette, "More Elections, Less Suspense," June 9, 2011
- Project Vote Smart, "Biography of Jonathan Bing," accessed December 23, 2014
- New York Times, "NY state legislative election results," accessed February 11, 2014
- Follow the Money, "Report on 2008 Campaign donations in New York," accessed August 1, 2014
- Follow the Money, "2008 campaign contributions," accessed December 23, 2014
|New York Assembly - District 73
| Succeeded by|
Dan Quart (D)
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