- Would move out of our hometown we love so much just to run for political office within 6 months of moving?
- Are landlords whose fortunes have bought two (not one) million dollar mansions – One in Scarsdale and one in a gated community in New Rochelle?
- Have dozens of NYC landlord friends who can write multiple $9500 checks in the names of their spouses and subsidiary LLC’s?
- Are candidates who benefit from the hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign spending by special interest groups like the New York State landlord lobby?
- Would even think of running for a higher office like State Senate before at least holding some local office first?
Get real Bob… You were never one of us and never will be.
- Voted against proposed property tax increase and will continue to do so when in Albany.
- Voted for all town employees to contribute to their health care premiums.
- Capped post-retirement benefits for town employees and demonstrated real fiscal restraint by eliminating costly fringe benefits to elected officials and part-time employees.
- Declined to participate in the state pension plan and declined Town-provided health care, because we simply could not afford the costs.