Spotlight on Corruption: Nassau County Contract “Reform”

“In the first year of a new law requiring Nassau vendors to disclose their political contributions, very few have done so, even as they’ve continued to pour nearly $200,000 into the campaigns of county leaders and the political committees with ties to them

-Paul Larocco

Newsday’s analysis in today’s paper  is a perfect example of the Mangano Machine’s approach to governance; make cosmetic “reforms” that look good on paper, while doing nothing to tackle the real problem.

 

What’s been going on in Nassau County Government in the past 8 years has been shameful. Our elected officials are clearly working in the interest of their donors and not their constituents!
We need leaders who will stand up for the people , pass real reform, and ensure contracts go to the best bidder not the most politically connected!!!

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