Adam Bradley, 89th Assembly District

Adam T. Bradley, Democrat, was elected to the New York State Assembly in November 2002 after over two decades of community involvement in Westchester County. He represents the 89th Assembly District, which encompasses the towns of Bedford, Harrison, Lewisboro, Mount Kisco, New Castle, North Castle, Pound Ridge, and most of the city of White Plains. Adam and his wife Fumiko are the proud parents of two daughters; one three year old Fiona and one year old Celena.

Assemblyman Bradley is a forceful advocate for the families of the 89th district. He is a committed leader for protection of the environment, preservation of our open and natural spaces and an honest discussion about Indian Point and the inadequacies of the evacuation plan.

For over a decade, Adam has spoken out and fought for greater care for children. He believes that all children, regardless of their families' economic circumstances, are entitled to a first-rate education. Adam is determined to work to ensure that seniors have the prescription drugs they need at a price they can afford and that no child is without health care coverage. Assemblyman Bradley is also a vigilant proponent of fiscal responsibility in government. He has stood firm against property tax increases and is a staunch supporter of the School Tax Relief Program (STAR).

Adam Bradley is deeply involved in the community. His record of public service includes volunteering as a member of the Advisory Board of the Coachman Family Center, a shelter for homeless families, as the treasurer of the WCLA-PAC, a pro-choice Political Action Committee, and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Law Guardian Association, an association devoted to representing children in legal proceedings.

Adam Bradley was born and raised in Westchester County. He received his Bachelor of Arts in 1985 and his Juris Doctorate in 1989 from Pace University. Adam is an attorney in private practice specializing in family law. He has extensive governmental and legislative experience having served as an Assistant County Attorney in Westchester County and as Counsel to Assemblyman Richard L. Brodsky, where he was responsible for drafting legislation, working with lobbyists, and addressing public groups on the Assemblyman's behalf.

Assemblyman Bradley has also handled many high profile Election Law matters at trial and appellate courts, and has acted as a consultant to numerous candidates.

Assemblyman Bradley is committed to ensuring every New Yorker has a clean, safe environment to live in, an opportunity to receive a quality education, and employment in a safe work place.