State Sen. Betty Little reflects on 34-year career as she retires

Mark Mulholland & WNYT Staff
Updated: December 14, 2020 06:57 PM
Created: December 14, 2020 06:54 PM

Longtime State Senator Betty Little is retiring after almost 20 years in the Senate and 34 years in elected office in total.

She left her Glens Falls office Monday afternoon, with a police escort.

Little started her career in public service back in 1986.

She was appointed to a vacant Warren County Board of Supervisors seat.

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One year later, she was elected to that seat.

In 1995, little was elected to the New York State Assembly. She served until 2002, when she won election to the New York State Senate.

Last December, she announced her retirement.

Hear her reflect on her long career, and what's next by watching the video of Mark Mulholland's story.


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