Vincent Tabone, vice president of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, hopes his experience in government will give him an edge over the Democratic nominee for the 36th Assembly seat from Astoria.
Tabone, 35, a lawyer who has served the 36th Assembly District as the district chairman of the Queens Republican Party from 1996-98, has also been the state committee chairman since 1998.
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