Times Union: Senate Legislative Pay Survey
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Adams, Eric L.D
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Addabbo, Joseph P.D
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Alesi, James S.R
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Avella, Tony"79,500 really is too low for a state Senator"D
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Ball, Gregory R.OPPOSEDR
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Bonacic, John J.R
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Breslin, Neil D.D
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Carlucci, DavidD
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DeFrancisco, John A.R
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Diaz, Ruben "Whatever your question, the answer to it is yes. I am here very say I am in this building every night. My constituents know me. I am here full time; this is not a second job." D
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Dilan, Martin MalaveD
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Duane, Thomas K."There shouldn't be a raise before other issues are dealt with...we should do minimum wage, the 30 percent rent cap, and more for tenants"D
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Espaillat, AdrianoD
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Farley, Hugh T."I have always voted against pay raises. I think there's a lot of animosity in my district against a pay raise...I wouldn't come up with a number. I've always had an outside job"R
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Flanagan, John J.R
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Fuschillo, Charles J.R
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Gallivan, Patrick M.R
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Gianaris, Michael N."Any discussion of a pay raise is premature until we deal with the pay of average New Yorkers"D
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Golden, Martin J.R
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Griffo, Joseph A.R
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Grisanti, Mark J.R
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Hannon, KempR
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Hassell-Thompson, Ruth"I think we should be paid 135,000, and then I would be willing to give up my per diem payment."D
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Huntley, Shirley L.D
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Johnson, Owen H.R
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Kennedy, TimothyD
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Klein, Jeffrey D.D
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Krueger, Liz"History and conventional wisdom both show legislative pay raises are the product of political deals...so what can the people of New York get out of it?" Krueger offers action on minimum wage and the elimination of lulus as examples.D
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Lanza, Andrew J.R
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Larkin, William J.R
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LaValle, Kenneth P.R
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Libous, Thomas W. R
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Little, Elizabeth O'C.OPPOSEDR
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Marcellino, Carl L.R
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Martins, JackR
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Maziarz, George D. R
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McDonald, RoyOPPOSEDR
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Montgomery, VelmanetteD
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Nozzolio, Michael F.R
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O'Mara, Thomas F.R
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Oppenheimer, SuziD
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Parker, Kevin S.D
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Peralta, Jose R."Peralta wants to see the minimum wage in NYS raised as soon as possible. His focus isn’t on his pay." - Spokesman Frank SobrinoD
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Perkins, BillD
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Ranzenhofer, Michael H.OPPOSEDR
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Ritchie, Patricia A. OPPOSEDR
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Rivera, GustavoD
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Robach, Joseph E.R
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Saland, Stephen M.R
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Sampson, John L.D
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Savino, Diane J.
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Serrano, Jose M."Ultimately, I think that people are going to be drawn to running to office based on whether they can make a difference, not based on a check. At the same time, we don’t want to lose the talent"D
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Seward, James. LR
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Skelos, Dean G.R
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Smith, Malcolm A.D
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Squadron, DanielD
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Stavisky, Toby Ann"I don’t think we should consider raising our own pay at a time when the Senate Republicans have blocked an an increase in the minimum wage" D
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Stewart-Cousins, Andrea"I have not given it any thought. I know what I am paid, and I know that I am paid to represent my constitutents—that is a privilege."D
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Storobin, DavidR
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Valesky, David J.D
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Young, Catharine M.OPPOSEDR
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Zeldin, LeeR
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