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Tony Avella (D, WF, I)

  • State campaign funds available: $26,005.37

  • Funds Raised: $6,857.00
    Source: New York City Campaign Finance Board

  • Funds Raised: $70,773.00
    Source: New York City Campaign Finance Board

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    Biography: A lifelong Queens resident, Tony Avella was born in 1951 and graduated from Hunter College. He worked as an aide to a number of city officials, including former City Councilmember Peter Vallone Sr. and Mayors Ed Koch and David Dinkins. Avella was a member of Queens Community Board 7. In 2001 he was elected to the City Council. In 2009, he decided not to sek re-election and instead seek the Democratic nomination for mayor. He lost that bid to William Thompson Jr. In 2010 he was elected to the New York State Senate.

    (source: http://www.nysenate.gov/senator/tony-avella/bio)



    State Senate for District 11

    Frank Padavan   (R, I, C)   (defeated in general election)  Tony Avella   (D, WF, I)   (won general election)  Tony Avella   (D, WF, I)   (incumbent)  Joseph R Concannon   (R, C)   (declared)  

    declared running for:

    Queens Borough President

    OTHER CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR Queens Borough President:

    Everly Brown (C) (declared) · Peter Vallone Jr. (D, C) Subject to term limits in 2013 (declared) · Melinda R Katz (D) (declared) · Tony A Arcabascio (R, C) (declared) · 

    incumbent running for:

    State Senate for District 11

    OTHER CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR State Senate for District 11:

    Frank Padavan (R, I, C) (defeated in general election) · Joseph R Concannon (R, C) (declared) · 

    won general election running for:

    State Senate for District 11

    OTHER CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR State Senate for District 11:

    Frank Padavan (R, I, C) (defeated in general election) · Joseph R Concannon (R, C) (declared) ·