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AO 2000-23

New York State Democratic Committee

Summary

Preemption of state election code.

Documents

Final opinion September 29, 2000
Date Name Document type
09/29/2000 AO 2000-23 Final Opinion
09/28/2000 Vote Votes
09/21/2000 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 00-96 Draft Documents
09/20/2000 Supplemental Background Material from Regina Seltzer AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
08/30/2000 Comment on AOR by Regina Seltzer Comments and Ex parte Communications
08/28/2000 Request by New York State Democratic Committee AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor New York State Democratic Committee Party committee, state or local
Counsel/Representative Gilbride, Tusa, Last & Spellane LLC Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Sandler & Reiff, P.C. Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Sandler, Joseph E. Individual
Counsel/Representative Individual
Counsel/Representative Seltzer, Eric H. Individual
Commenter Seltzer, Regina Individual