Rob Walker (New York politician)

Rob Walker (New York Politician)

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Rob Walker (New York politician)

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Richard Robinson "Rob" Walker (born 1974/1975) is the Chief Deputy County Executive of Nassau County, New York since January 2010. He was previously a Republican member of the New York State Assembly representing the 15th Assembly District, which includes parts of central Nassau County including Hicksville, Westbury and Syosset.

Political career

Walker had started out as a summer intern for then Nassau County Legislator Ed Mangano. He moved on to become the assistant to Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto and Director of Traffic Safety and Constituent Services. He then went on to become the Deputy Commissioner of Parks for the Town Of Oyster Bay. He was a major force behind the Save Environmental Assets Fund Committee.

Walker was then elected to the State Assembly. He was first elected after a special election held on May 24, 2005. He was then reelected in November 2006 and 2008. In the Assembly, he was the Vice Chair of the Steering Committee, Ranking Member of the Assembly Tourism, Parks, Arts & Sports Development Committee and the Assembly Standing Committees on Aging, Election Law, Energy, Labor, and member of the Assembly Sub Committee on Renewable Energy and the Joint Budget Conference Committee on Education. He served as the Chairman...
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