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Christopher Durosinmi
Works at Office of NYS Senator Martin Malave Dilan
Attended Utica College
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The Senate redistricting plan is causing concern because the University of Rochester has been drawn into a district based in Erie County.
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House Republicans have aimed a dagger at New York’s central nervous system: mass transportation. The city’s congressional delegation — notably Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand — must rally t...
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Martin Malavé Dilan represents the 17th Senate District of North Brooklyn
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  • Office of NYS Senator Martin Malave Dilan
    Constituent Services Liaison, present
  • NYC Council
    Central Staff- Finance, 4 - 7
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  • Utica College
    Government and Politics, 7 - 4