Oswego County's: Guide To Government

Frances Sullivan

Frances Taylor Sullivan was first elected to the New York State Assembly in 1990 to rep-resent the 117th Assembly District comprised wholly of Oswego County. In 1994, Assemblywoman Sullivan was selected as a member of Goveror George E. Pataki's transition team where she served on the Government Reform Committee. In 1996, she was elected as an Alternate Delegate to the Republican National Convention. Fran, a lifelong resident of Oswego County, is the widow of New York State Supreme Court Justice Eugene F. "Pat" Sullivan, Jr., the mother of three and grandmother of two. Throughout her years of raising a family, Mrs. Sullivan was active in numerous local and state government, fraternal, community and political organizations. She received a B.A. degree in sociology from Keuka College and previously worked as a Children's Caseworker for the Oswego County Department of Social Services, an academic counselor for the Syracuse University men's basketball team and a Probation Officer for the Oswego County Probation Department.

Standing Committee Assignments 2001: Oversight Analysis and Investigation (Ranking Minority); Agriculture; Education; Veterans Affairs.

Vote in 2000 General Election:
Francis T. Sullivan, Rep. 26, 768: VRT 662
Terrance M. Hammill, Dem. 15, 398: Con. 1,788