Babylon resident and NY02Dems member Sandra Levine writes, Babylon Supervisor Rich Schaffer should have expected people to denounce his decision to hire alleged domestic abuser Lindsay Henry as a town attorney.
Amityville resident and NY02Dems member Elizabeth Aquino writes, "Trump’s remark calling Haiti, El Salvador and some African nations sh**hole countries was a new low for this administration and the GOP. Not only did our “president” make this statement, stunned attendees at the meeting did not have the courage to call him out on it."
NY02 Dems member, Dennis Urban of Massapequa Park, said "Hard-working residents of Oyster Bay, myself included, are tired of politics as usual that masquerades as ethics reform. We want a government that works for us, not for professional politicians."
NY02 Dems member, Sandra Levine of Babylon, said "Despite Newsday’s excitement at the prospect of a competitive race, this race represents business as usual. Schaffer is still making his back-room deals, and once again, the voters are ignored."
NY02 Dems member, Dennis Urban of Massapequa Park, said " As a Democrat, I fear the Republican political machine will continue to deliver more of the same. We need transparency, reform and change in Oyster Bay."
NY02 Dems member, Renie McCarthy of Levittown, said "I was told by King’s office not to worry because New York State would not likely seek a waiver to opt out of essential benefits. Do our representatives lack compassion for Americans in other states who might be harmed by this?"