Supreme Court Judge Candidate Thomas Quiñones Interview

Supreme Court Candidate Thomas Quiñones joined The People Before Politics Radio Crew, Tuesday, April 6th for our Super Tuesdays series.

Thomas Quiñones made history as Yonkers’ first Hispanic City Court judge when he was appointed by Mayor Mike Spano in December 2015. Quiñones joins the Yonkers City Court bench after being appointed as a Family Court Support Magistrate by the Chief Administrative Judge of the City of New York in 1996. There, he was dedicated to the children and families of New York, presiding in the Family Court determining matters of paternity, child/spousal support and other related proceedings. Previously, he worked in New York City’s Office of Legal Affairs where he served as the Executive Associate General Counsel and other various positions since 1987. Quiñones attended Cornell University from 1977 to 1980, received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science/Sociology from Hunter College in 1984 and received his Juris Doctor from CUNY Law School in 1987. A Yonkers resident, Quiñones is married and a father of three.