*On Nov. 6, 2012 Bill Magnarelli won his bid for re-election with 99 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results from the Onondaga County Board of Elections.
Occupation— Assemblyman since 1999, lawyer; served for six years in the Army Reserves.
Education—attended Our Lady of Pompei School and St. John the Baptist Academy, B.A. in history from Syracuse University, J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law.
Family—wife, Karen; three children, Lisa, Bill, Jr. and Ann.
Community Involvement—has served on the board of the Arthritis Foundation, President of Our Lady of Pompei Church Parish Council and majority leader on the Syracuse Common Council.
Legislative Committees — chair, Veteran’s Affairs Committee; previously served as chair of Ethics Committee and chair of Task Force on University-Industry Cooperation
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majority leader, Syracuse Common Council; ran unsuccessfully for Onondaga County Executive in 2007 against Republican Joanie Mahoney.
-Painters Union Local 31
-CSEA, Local 1000 APSME
-New York State United Teachers
-Teamster Local 1149
-National Association of Social Workers New York State Chapter
-NYS Public Employees Federation AFL-CIO
-United Auto Workers Community Action
-Program Council Region 9
-New York State AFL-CIO
-American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
-SEIU Local 200 United
-United Transportation Union
-Greater Syracuse Labor Council
-NYS Nurses Association
-MACNY/Business Industry Political Action Committee
-New York League of Con-servation Voters
-Communications Workers of America
-New York State Association of PBAs
-Empire State Pride Agenda
-Police Conference of New York, Inc.
2012 Endorsements and Ratings
For the 2012 election, the New York State Business Council has rated Bill Magnarelli with a 54 percent record of supporting legislation favoring the group’s positions on jobs, state government spending, taxes and energy.
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*In 2012, voting districts were redrawn. The new 129th Assembly District replaced the former 120th Assembly District.