LI's 9 Republican state senators
Long Island's nine state senators are once again all Republicans. Earlier versions of the "Long Island Nine," had a reputation as a powerful voting bloc in the Senate.
Skelos, 62, of Rockville Center, is the State Senate majority leader. (May 18, 2010)
Martins, 43, defeated Democract incumbent Craig Johnson. Martin had been the mayor of the village of Mineola. (Dec. 4, 2010)
Charles J. Fuschillo Jr.
Fuschillo, 50, of Merrick, won his seventh term in the 8th Senate District.
Carl L. Marcellino
Marcellino, 68, of Syosset, before entering office in March 1995 worked as a New York City high school teacher and Oyster Bay's town clerk.
Ken P. LaValle
LaValle, 71, of Port Jefferson, was first elected to the Senate in 1976.
Flanagan, 49, of East Northport, was elected to the State Senate in 2002 after serving 16 years in the Assembly.
Hannon, 64, of Garden City, has been a member of the State Senate since winning a special election in 1989.
The nine Republican state senators from Long Island.