County Democratic Committee members (one female and one male) are elected from Election Districts within Assembly Districts.
A State Committee Member is an unpaid, volunteer, elected official who serves on the New York State Democratic Committee for a two year term.
In the 69th Assembly District there are 106 Election Districts.
Election Districts (sometimes called "ED's") are the smallest and most basic political district unit, and they are the building blocks out of which all the larger legislative districts are constructed.
Election Districts are made up of all the people who are assigned to vote on a particular voting machine (certain large EDs may have two voting machines).
A typical Election District has between 400 to 800 registered voters and never more than 1,000. Each Election District can be directly represented on its County Democratic Committee by two county committee members (one male and one female).
Elections to Democratic State Committee are held in odd years, and are often uncontested. The positions are usually held by active members of local Democratic Clubs.
The formal powers of County Democratic Committee members are very limited, so the role depends on what the specific State Committee Member chooses to make of it.