William Bryk
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William Bryk

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Lawyer

Brooklyn, New York
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William Bryk

Lawyer
Summary
Experience
Funding
66
Years of Age
3
Years of Experience
NYResidence (state)

William Bryk (born March 12, 1955) is a lawyer, essayist, horseman, and perennial candidate from Antrim, New Hampshire. Before Bryk left his former residence in Brooklyn, New York, he took advantage of the Constitutional requirement that candidates for U.S. Senator or U.S. Representative live in the state in which they are campaigning by the day of the general election. This allowed Bryk to run in the primaries without ever visiting the state. Bryk generally ran in races that lacked a credible Democratic candidate. Bryk was also a New York City career civil servant, columnist for the New York Sun and contributing writer to New York Press. He frequently contributes to Splice Today, edited and published by Russ Smith, former publisher of New York Press. In March 2016, Bryk and his wife, Mimi Kramer-Bryk, a former theatre critic for The New Yorker, moved to Antrim, New Hampshire. He was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for Hillsborough County Register of Probate in September 2016. He lost the November 2016 general election to Republican candidate B.J. Perry, who polled 102,032 votes to Bryk's 83,527. In March 2017, he was elected a Library Trustee in the Town of Antrim, polling 281 votes to 2 write-ins.

Experience

Education

  (1 - 2 of 2)  
Fordham University School of Law
JD Law
1989
Manhattan College
BS Economics
1977

Past Positions

  (1 - 2 of 22)  
Delegate/Alternate Delegate
First Judicial District, Democratic Convention
1985 - 1996
Member
County Committee, New York County, Democratic Committee
1985 - 1993
President
Lexington Democratic Club
1986 - 1988
Lawyer
Law Office of William Bryk
2010 - Current
Staff Attorney
Department of Corrections, New York City
2002 - 2010
Administrative Law Judge
Department of Finance, New York City
2001 - 2002
Attorney
Levy, Boonshoft and Spinelli
1999 - 2001
Lawyer
Law Office of William Bryk
1997 - 1999
Lawyer
Department of Social Services, New York City
1995 - 1997
Executive Assistant to Board Member
Board of Education, New York City
1994 - 1995
Special Assistant
Board of Education, New York City
1994 - 1995
Lawyer
New York City Dept of Social Services
1994
Assistant Counsel
New York City Council President
1991 - 1993
Special Counsel to the President
Office of the President, New York City Council
1991 - 1993
Law Secretary
Justice of Supreme Court, New York State
1990 - 1991
Law Secretary to Judge
New York City Civil Court
1990 - 1991
Lawyer
Bondy and Schloss
1989 - 1990
Special Assistant
Office of the President, New York City Council
1987 - 1989
Executive Assistant/Chief of Staff
City Council Member, New York City Council
1986 - 1987
Executive Assistant to Council Member
New York City Council
1986 - 1987
Assistant to the President
Borough of Manhattan
1982 - 1985
Administrative Assistant/Staff Analyst
New York City Comptroller's Office
1977 - 1982

Other Experience

  (1 - 2 of 3)  
Secretary
Order of Lafayette
2001 - Current
Staff Judge Advocate
Veteran Corps of Artillery, State of New York
Member
Local Draft Board 138
2005 - Current

Campaign Funding

2014
2012
20
14
$0
Total Raised
$0
Total Spent
$0
Cash on Hand
Financial Data Source: Center for Responsive Politics