|New York State Assembly District 146|
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Quinn's professional experience includes assistant district attorney and prosecutor for Erie County District Attorney's Office; technology and academic research intern in the New York Sate Office of Science for United States Representative James Walsh.
Quinn earned a BA from Siena College and a JD from University at Buffalo School of Law.
Quinn vacated his Assembly seat to run for District 58 in the New York State Senate. Quinn was unopposed in the Republican primary. He was defeated by Timothy M. Kennedy (D) in the general election on November 2.
On November 4, 2008 Quinn won re-election to the New York State Assembly, District 146, defeating opponent Leonard Kowalski (D).
Quinn raised $139,528 for his campaign while Kowalski raised $3,910.
|New York State Assembly, District 146 2008|
|Jack Quinn (R)||40,848|
|Leonard Kowalski (D)||15,148|
- Subcommittee on Women's Health
- Subcommittee on Banking in Underserved Communities
- Subcommittee on Retention of Homeownership and Stabilization of Affordable Housing
- Judiciary Committee, New York Assembly
- Subcommittee on Oversight of Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises
- New York Assembly - Rep. Jack Quinn
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2006, 2004
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