Dan Quart


Running as Candidate for

State Assembly District 73

Party Enrolled in


Top Three Issues

  1. Clean Air
  2. Criminal Justice
  3. A Fairer NYC for families

Current Occupation


Previous Occupation



BA, SUNY Binghamton; JD, St. John's

Organizational Affiliation

Member, NYC Bar Association; Member, Lexington Democratic Club; Member, 1987 York Preparatory High School Judo Team

Prior Public Experience

Member, Community Board 8; Chair, Community Board 8; Transportation Committee; Co-Chair, Community Board 8 Second Avenue Subway Task Force

Candidate Statement

Dan Quart serves as the Assemblymember for the seventy-third district of New York, an area which encompasses the Upper East Side, Midtown East, Turtle Bay and Sutton Place. Since being elected in 2011, Dan has been a staunch advocate for criminal justice reform and fighting for working families.


Dan grew up in Washington Heights, Manhattan. His dad, Irving, was a public school teacher for 41 years and his mother, Madeline, was a long-time teacher and now guidance counsellor at a Manhattan public school. Irving and Madeline instilled the value of service to others and giving back to the community in Dan from a young age.


After graduating from SUNY Binghamton and then St. John's School of Law, Dan dedicated his time to pro-bono advocacy.