54th AD: Espinal campaign filings missing

Tuesday, September 06, 2011 - 04:43 PM

It looks like Assembly hopeful Rafael Espinal's campaign is missing some of its paperwork. According to the New York State Board of Elections website, the Espinal campaign failed to file anything for the last two filings. The most recent filing was due 11 days before Election Day (so last week). Espinal's folks blew by the previous filing, due 32 days prior to Election Day.

An email to Espinal's campaign has been sent. Their response will be posted.

Meanwhile, the Towns and Gonzalez campaigns have filed, and here's where they stand heading into the final week:


  • Total raised so far: $128,956
  • Total spent: $85,826.58
  • Cash on hand: $43,129.42
  • Notable: Manhattan Democratic Party chairman Assemblyman Keith L.T. Wright had his campaign committee donate $250 to Towns'. "Sometimes personal relationships do get a chance to override political concerns," the assemblyman said.


  • Total raised so far: $130,195.53
  • Total spent: $92,603.60
  • Cash on hand: $37,591.93
  • Notable: The campaign paid the Working Families Party Campaign Committee $23,333 for field service work.


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How much of the money comes from those who live in the district ?

All these campaigns are being financed by "Outsiders" 

Progressive Reformers thats what Vito Lopez was when he started against the Democ"RAT"ic machine when he started out many many years ago and now a new group has taken up arms with the help of the WFP but with two Hispanic's going for the gold does that split he vote and allow Towns to "WIN" Before there was the "Oracle at Delphi" there was Count Vampire J. MachiavelliVJ Machiavelliwww.VJMachiavelli.blogspot.comThe Legislative Budget is Too Damn High

Sep. 07 2011 01:01 AM

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