An Advocate for Safer, Cleaner, Stronger Communities

About Seth Koslow

Seth Koslow is a lifelong Long Island resident, the father of three young children, and an accomplished attorney.

After graduating from Touro Law School, he was admitted to the New York Bar. He served as an Assistant District Attorney in Queens County for three years; now, he runs his own criminal defense practice, SIK Law, where he fights for the rights of his clients.

Seth lives in South Merrick with his wife, Jill, his children Sam (8), Jaclyn (7), and Julia (4), and his dog, Coco. His family is deeply involved in the community: Seth is a youth baseball coach with the Merrick Mayhem and Jill runs her own baking business.

On The Issues

Hard-working families are leaving the Town of Hempstead because it’s unaffordable to live here. Seth will push for tax relief, eliminate wasteful spending, and fight to rein in predatory utilities.

Climate change is real, and it disproportionately impacts the most vulnerable community members. Seth will advocate for a carbon-neutral Nassau government to mitigate the impact of pollution on communities of color.

Our roads are pock-marked with potholes and they’re vulnerable to flooding. Seth will prioritize repairs and climate-resilient infrastructure so we can drive on the roads we’ve paid for.

Our children deserve the world. Seth will fight to transfer existing federal funding to South Shore youth nonprofits so our kids can pursue their dreams. He will also protect and revitalize parks so our children have space to play.

Corrupt Republican politicians have made Nassau County government a laughingstock, from headline-grabbing indictments to pay-to-play scandals. As a trial attorney, Seth understands and will respect the rule of law.

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