Senator Phillips Sworn In

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Senator Phillips was sworn in to the New York State Senate by Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, surrounded by her daughters Sarah, Kate and Hannah and husband, Andy.
Senator Phillips was sworn in to the New York State Senate by Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, surrounded by her daughters Sarah, Kate and Hannah and husband, Andy.

Senator Elaine R. Phillips was sworn in for her first term in the New York State Senate, representing the Seventh Senate District.

“Earning the community’s trust to represent them in the state Senate is both an extraordinary honor and tremendous responsibility,” said Phillips. “Thank you for entrusting me to be your voice in Albany. I will never stop fighting for you.”

Phillips plans to work in a bipartisan manner to deliver tax relief, fiscal responsibility and increased state aid for local schools and municipalities to help reduce the burden on Long Island families. She will also fight for ethics reform and greater transparency to help rebuild the public’s trust in government, and will work to protect the environment, because she believes that clean water and air are necessities, not luxuries.

“There are a lot of important issues that need to be addressed to make life better for all of us,” Phillips added. “I’m excited and ready to get to work on them.”

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  1. Elaine Phillips has yet to apologize for the anti-semitic political ads that were run against her opponent, Adam Haber, a member of our synagogue, during the campaign. Here’s one. https://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/adam-haber-ad-fiddler-roof. There’s a second that depicts Haber as corrupt, with a stack of money photoshopped into his hands, and lets say a certain exaggeration of features.

    That she should be sworn in in Great Neck of all places is nauseating. She does not represent me.

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