About Andrew Spano
Andrew Spano is a Commissioner of New York State Board of Elections. He was appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo. The Board of Elections serves as a bipartisan agency responsible for the administration and enforcement of election laws in New York State. Mr. Spano has worked as a teacher, counselor, and administrator in both New York City and Westchester County for nearly thirty years. He also helped to establish the United Federation of Teachers in New York City. After his educational career, Mr. Spano served as the Westchester County Clerk for four years and then as the Chairman of the Westchester County Democratic Party. Begining in 1998 he was the very popular Westchester County Executive for three terms. others serving on the Commission are: Commissioner Gregory P. Peterson, Co-Chairs James A. Walsh, and Douglas A. Kellner.
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