David McDonough

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David McDonough
New York State Assembly District 19
Incumbent
Assumed office
2009
Current term ends
2010
Political party Republican
Profession Legislator
Website House site
David McDonough is a Republican member of the New York State Assembly. He has represented District 19 since 2009. McDonough's other political experiences include president of Merrick Chamber of Commerce and past president of Nassau County Council of Chambers of Commerce.

McDonough's professional experience includes the United States Air Force and the United States Coast Guard.

McDonough earned a BA in economics from Columbia University. He and his wife, Carolyn, have three children; David Jr., Susan, and Scott.[1]

Elections

2010

See also: New York State Assembly elections, 2010

McDonough ran unopposed in the September 14 Republican primary. He faced John Brooks (D) in the general election on November 2. In addition to his slot on the Republican Party ticket, he was also listed as a candidate of the Independence Party of New York State, the Conservative Party, and the Tax Revolt party.

2008

On November 4, 2008 McDonough won re-election to the New York State Assembly, District 19, defeating opponent Howard Kudler (D).

McDonough raised $70,450 for his campaign while Kudler raised $2,435.[2]

New York State Assembly, District 19 2008
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png David McDonough (R) 33,260
Howard Kudler (D) 20,363

Campaign donors

In 2008, a year in which McDonough was up for re-election, he collected $70,450 in donations.[3]

Donor Amount
Graydon Design Inc $3,550
Citizens for Tom Gulotta $3,000
New York State Association of Realtors $2,250
Nassua County Detectives Association $2,000
Kate Murray for Supervisor $2,000

Committee membership

  • Subcommittee on Regulated Mortgage Lenders
  • Subcommittee on Child Product Safety

External links

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References

Political offices
Preceded by
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New York Assembly - District 19
2009–present
Succeeded by
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