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Rep. Jack Quinn, R-N.Y., introduces legislation to expand and improve security on the nation's passenger and freight railroad systems on June 17, 2004, during a news conference on Capitol Hill. Quinn said passenger and freight rail systems are safe now, and that the public should not worry, but that there can be improvements. (UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg)
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Jack Quinn III is a New York State Assemblyman representing Erie County. He is a Republican, who was first elected in 2004 and the son of former U.S. Representative Jack Quinn.

Quinn, a resident of Hamburg, New York, is 28 and was first elected as his father, Jack Quinn II, was retiring from Congress. He is a former Assistant District Attorney in Erie County. At the start of 2006, his second year in the Assembly he was appointed as the Ranking Minority Member of the Assembly Judiciary Committee. He is a former Ranking Minority Member of the Assembly Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Committee and a former Ranking Minority Member of the Assembly Tourism Committee.

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