Addie jenne russell

Addie Jenne Russell
Russell in 2011
Member of the New York State Assembly
from the 118th district
Assumed office
Preceded by Darrel Aubertine
Personal details
Alma mater University at Albany
Syracuse University College of Law

Addie Jenne Russell is the New York State Democratic Assemblywoman for the 118th district, known as "The River District". One of five siblings, her family has lived in New York State's North Country for seven generations; her father was a mechanic.[1] She was a member of the Jefferson County Board of Legislators, a seat which became vacant with her move to Albany.[2] She earned her B.A. degree from SUNY Albany and J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law.


External links

  • New York State Assembly Member Website
Preceded by
Darrel Aubertine
New York State Assembly, 118th District
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