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Sunday, July 5, 2015
Don't be fooled by Newsday's hidden agenda
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Further, Mangano proved to be a tremendous leader last year, during Hurricane Sandy. Thanks to the persistence of Governor Cuomo and Mangano, it was announced last week that approximately 4,000 Long Island homeowners will receive an average of $110,000 under a post-Sandy housing reconstruction program through the NY Rising program.

It’s pretty clear why Newsday would endorse one of its own. On Election Day, I’ll be supporting Ed Mangano, and I hope you’ll join me.

Al D’Amato, a former U.S. senator from New York, is the founder of Park Strategies LLC, a public policy and business development firm. Comments about this column? ADAmato@liherald.com.

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MickyCee

Me too Alfonse, me too!!!

Thursday, October 24, 2013 | Report this
Nassauresident

“You can’t lead into a better tomorrow when your entire platform is ‘vote for me because of what I didn’t do’,” said President Clinton when describing Mangano’s campaign.

Thursday, October 24, 2013 | Report this
Nassauresident

I believe Ed Mangano is still under investigation by the Nassau County District Attorney's Office for his payouts to contractors involved in the clean up of Hurricane Sandy.

Thursday, October 24, 2013 | Report this
DrDoug

Tom Suozzi had his 8 years and his record is really questionable. Remember when he ran for govenor? All of a sudden no Tom Suozzi - for a whole year he was gone. Also a flood of patronange jobs opened up for NY City democrats in Nassau so he could curry favor with NY City Democrats (the upstate Democrats don't like Tom Suozzi). I really hold that time against Tom. He really showed his true colors. He's just another politician looking for the next higher office. He does not care about Nassau.

Ed Mangano, I have never heard of any aspiration he has beyond being the CE for Nassau. Ed may not be an Einstein but then we don't need Einstein. We only need someone who is looking out after Nassau citizens and making common sense decisions based on their concern for Nassau - not based on their aspirations for higher office.

Friday, October 25, 2013 | Report this
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