Elizabeth C. Hoffman (January 26, 1942 - August 16, 2007) was an American politician from New York.
She was born Elizabeth Booth on January 26, 1942, in Buffalo, New York. She attended Mount St. Mary Academy and George Washington University. She engaged in the real estate business in North Tonawanda, Niagara County, New York.
She entered politics as a Republican, and was a member of the North Tonawanda Common Council from 1978 to 1979; and Mayor of North Tonawanda from 1980 to 1992.
She was a member of the New York State Assembly from 1993 to 1995, sitting in the 190th and 191st New York State Legislatures. She decided to run for the State Senate seat vacated by John B. Daly, and resigned her Assembly seat in February 1995. She ran on the Conservative and Right to Life tickets but, on March 14, was defeated by the Republican nominee George D. Maziarz.
She died on August 17, 2007, at her home in Tonawanda, Erie County, New York.
- ^ Elizabeth Booth Hoffman in Focus, the Alumnae Newsletter of Mount St. Mary Academy (Fall 2007; pg. 9)
- ^ New York Ted Book (1993-1994; pg. 282)
- ^ In East Harlem, 2 Candidates Try to End a Dynasty as a 3d Tries to Uphold It; ...Elizabeth C. Hoffman, who resigned her seat in the Assembly to run..., by Jonathan P. Hicks, in the New York Times on March 13, 1995
- ^ CONSERVATIVES BACK HOFFMAN IN BID FOR STATE SENATE in The Buffalo News on February 19, 1995; at HighBeam Research
- ^ MAZIARZ WINS BITTER FIGHT FOR SENATE; HOFFMAN THIRD in The Buffalo News on March 15, 1995; at HighBeam Research
- ^ Elizabeth C. Hoffman, ex-North Tonawanda mayor, assemblywoman in The Buffalo News on August 18, 2007; at HighBeam Research