15 Facts About Alfred DelBello


Alfred Benedict DelBello was an American politician and lawyer from New York.


Alfred DelBello began his political career as a city councilman in Yonkers, New York.


Alfred DelBello took office in January 1970 as the city's youngest mayor in history at the age of 35, as well of the first Democratic mayor of Yonkers in more than thirty years.


Alfred DelBello, who served as mayor from 1970 to 1974, won re-election to a second term on November 2,1971.


Alfred DelBello was born on November 3,1934, in Yonkers, Westchester County, New York.


Alfred DelBello received his bachelor's degree from Manhattan College and his law degree from Fordham University School of Law.


Alfred DelBello was admitted to the New York bar and practiced law.

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Alfred DelBello served on the Yonkers, New York City Council, was Mayor of Yonkers, and was the first Democrat to become Westchester County Executive prior to being elected lieutenant governor in 1982.


Alfred DelBello faced Ambassador Carl McCall, the running mate of then Lt.


Alfred DelBello won his primary and Cuomo defeated Koch for the governor's nomination.


Alfred DelBello focused on his role as President of the New York State Senate during his time as lieutenant governor, along with projects of his initiation and Cuomo's assignment.


On March 27,1984, Alfred DelBello served as guest announcer for Late Night with David Letterman.


Alfred DelBello explained that he was bored and that Cuomo did not give him enough to do.


Alfred DelBello went into private business after leaving the state government.


In December 2006, Alfred DelBello was appointed by the Westchester County Association, a business advocacy group, as head of a Property Tax Reform Commission, in an effort to retain economic vitality in Westchester County.