Thomas W. Libous

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Thomas W. Libous
New York State Senator Thomas W. Libous.jpg
Member of the New York State Senate
In office
January 4, 1989 July 22, 2015
New York State Senate
Preceded by New York State Senate
51st district

1989–2002
Succeeded by
Preceded by New York State Senate
52nd district

2003–2015
Succeeded by