Winning Albany: Untold Stories About the Famous and Not So Famous


A memoir by Jerry Kremer

Jerry Kremer’s journey from Long Island to Albany was “riddled with potholes and strewn with lucky breaks.” The sponsor of more than 250 state laws including the “Lemon Law” for new car buyers, Kremer shares his lively encounters with the famous and not so famous, from Pope John Paul II to Phil Kohut, Robert Kennedy to “Uncle Pete” De Sibio. From his days as a cub reporter in Long Beach to the pinnacle of New York State politics as the chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, Kremer tells all. Come along for the ride of a lifetime.

150 pages

Softcover ISBN: 9780989022002

Hardcover ISBN: 9780989022019



About the author…

Arthur “Jerry” Kremer has enjoyed many career challenges. Elected to the New York State Assembly thirteen times, he is the only Long Island legislator to ever head the prestigious Ways and Means Committee. He is now a law partner at Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C., a respected lobbyist in Albany, and a freelance writer and television commentator.

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Weight 0.83 lbs
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Hardcover, Softcover


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