Warren Redlich was the 2010 Libertarian candidate for Governor of New York State. His campaign focused on how our state can stop wasting money.
Warren is an entrepreneur who has created two businesses from scratch. Most recently he created a profitable web directory of traffic courts, Town-Court.com, which helps almost 200,000 people a month. He started his own law firm in Albany in 2003, creating several jobs in the process. Before that he worked for the New York State Court System and for an insurance company. Through his work he has dealt with a number of state agencies, such as the DMV, the Attorney General, ORPS, DEC, State Police, and a variety of local governments.
Born and raised in New York State, Warren graduated from Rice University with a degree in Mathematical Economics. He has a Master’s degree from Stanford University and a J.D. from Albany Law School.
In addition to his practical and educational background, Warren taught English in Hiroshima, Japan, for a year. He speaks Japanese, Spanish and some French.
Warren was the Republican candidate for Congress in Albany in 2004 and 2006, and currently serves on the Guilderland Town Board. He was Ron Paul’s attorney in New York in 2008, helping make sure Ron Paul was on the ballot for the Republican presidential primary.
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Warren and his wife Heather have two children. They moved to Boca Raton, Florida, in 2011 to escape NY’s harsh winters.