Biography

Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes
Marjorie Byrnes was elected to the New York State Assembly on November 6, 2018. Her district is comprised of Livingston County and parts of Monroe and Steuben counties.

As an Assemblywoman, Marjorie will advocate for increases to state-funded infrastructure programs such as CHIPS, PAVE-NY, and BRIDGE-NY. She plans to partner with infrastructure and transportation stakeholders to address New Yorkís crumbling infrastructure. Marjorie believes the people of New York State are overly burdened by taxes, regulations, and red tape, and will fight for economic relief. She strongly supports term limits.

Marjorie has been an attorney for 32 years, and for ten years she served as a Rochester City Court Judge. During her time as a judge, she presided over thousands of criminal and civil cases. She was also Court Attorney to Livingston County Court Judge Dennis S. Cohen from 2006-2017. In January of 2017, she retired from the New York State court system and then served as a Caledonia Village Trustee.

Marjorie is a member of the Mt. Morris Sportsmenís Club, the Conesus Lake Sportsmenís Club, Rochester-Brooks Sportsmenís Club, S.C.O.P.E., GOA-NY, and the NRA. She is an avid outdoor enthusiast and a strong advocate for the 2nd Amendment. Marjorie will also push for increased school safety, specifically state-funded armed School Resource Officers in schools.

Marjorie has resided in Caledonia for 12 years, and is eager to use her experiences to make a difference in the lives of her constituents in the 133rd District.