Gabrielle Cordova

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Gabrielle Cordova
Cordova, Gabrielle 2023.jpg
Libertarian Party of Queens County
February 11, 2019—November 15, 2022
Predecessor: Kenneth Mulvena
Successor: Shari Rolnick
Personal Details
Education: Hofstra University
Residence: Florida
Party: Libertarian Party

Gabrielle (Weinblatt) Cordova is a Libertarian Party activist. She was the Secretary of the Libertarian Party of Queens County from 2019 to 2022 and a Member-At-Large of the Executive Committee of the Libertarian Party of New York from 2020 to 2022.


Gabrielle Weinblatt Cordova is the daughter of Mark Weinblatt and is married to Eric Cordova. She was first involved in the Libertarian Party of New York locally in Queens County where she was elected County Secretary on February 11, 2019. She was elected to the State Committee and took office on September 26, 2020. On January 23, 2021, she filled an At-Large vacancy on the Executive Committee following the resignation of Maria Borell. She co-chaired the Fundraising Committee alongside Lora Newell.

In 2022, she was publicist for Larry Sharpe's campaign for Governor of New York in 2022. She continued to serve on the State Committee until her term was up on September 18, 2022.


Larry Sharpe for Governor of New York (2022)

Cordova served as publicist on the 2022 Larry Sharpe campaign for Governor of New York.

Tony D'Orazio for LNC Chair (2022)

Cordova was campaign manager for Tony D'Orazio's campaign for LNC Chair. She was later succeeded in the role by Tom Pinkhasov.

Mike ter Maat for President (2024)

Cordova is the Outreach Director for the 2024 Mike ter Maat presidential campaign.

Organizational Positions

Libertarian Party
  • Development Director (2022)
Libertarian Party of New York
  • Member, State Committee (September 26, 2020—September 18, 2022)
  • Member-At-Large, Executive Committee (January 23, 2021—September 18, 2022)
  • Co-Chair, Fundraising Committee (December 2020—September 18, 2022)
Libertarian Party of Queens County
  • Secretary (February 11, 2019—November 15, 2022)

Other Libertarian Achievements