Endorsements Build For Assemblyman Buchwald’s Re-Election Bid

October 25, 2018

Assemblyman David Buchwald is pleased to announce more than a dozen endorsements from unions, environmental groups, and women's organizations. The support of these groups, which include police officers, nurses, teachers, environmentalists, women's rights advocates, citizens for common-sense gun safe...

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Buchwald Announces Re-Election; Endorsed by Five Party Lines

July 11, 2018

On July 11, 2018, Assemblyman David Buchwald, Democrat representing the 93rd Assembly District, formally announced his re-election campaign. Buchwald has earned the endorsement of five parties, including the Democratic, Independence, Reform, Women’s Equality and Working Families Parties. Illustra...

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Convicted of Corruption, No More Pension

March 19, 2018

Do state lawmakers convicted of a crimes related to their job deserve to collect pensions? On Nov. 7, 2017, Election Day, New Yorkers overwhelmingly decided they don't. The ballot item that created this choice was thanks to a bill Assemblyman Buchwald introduced in Albany and won approval for...

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B is for Buchwald: The Assemblyman’s Alphabet Soup

February 2, 2018

Assemblyman Buchwald was selected by Westchester Monthly to list his favorite haunts and hobbies – down to the letter. Here are a few: Anna & Amelia. Our beautiful young girls, sources of great joy. Baseball. Little Leaguers and Mets and Yankees fans can all agree it’s our national past...

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New Office, Same Commitment to Constituents

January 12, 2018

Assemblyman David Buchwald this past year moved his district office, staying in Mount Kisco. The new office is open for business at 100 South Bedford Road (Route 172), Suite 150, in the middle of the Caremount Medical complex near Northern Westchester Hospital. The move is meant to improve constitue...

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School Bus Drivers Will Administer EpiPens

October 9, 2017

A bill proposed by Assemblyman David Buchwald allows school bus drivers to administer life-saving epipens to students having allergy attacks. The bill was passed by both houses this legislative session and signed into law by Governor Cuomo. It goes into effect in December but already, parenting...

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New York Playbook Interview with Assemblyman David Buchwald

August 2, 2017

By Politico's Jimmy Vielkind Perhaps the biggest reform that occurred in the wake of the indictments and convictions of New York State legislative leaders was a measure that will let courts strip away the pensions of corrupt public officials. At the center of the push was Assemblyman David Buc...

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David Buchwald: “Stop Funding Corrupt Officials”

June 9, 2014

It is time for New York State to take public corruption seriously. Some reforms have been enacted, others have been proposed, investigations have been conducted, and yet one can safely assume that there will be more reasons for disappointing headlines. Unfortunately, an aspect of the legal landscape...

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