Statement by Anthony Brindisi on full disclosure

By WKTV News

Democratic Candidate for the 116th Assembly District, Anthony Brindisi released the following statement on full disclosure when it comes to campaigning:

"I'm not sure Greg Johnson understands what the term full disclosure means. Is he going to tell the voters of the Mohawk Valley that he's been registered to vote in Florida, that he claims to live there, that he's been licensed to drive there for the past 20 years and that he has a boat and a motorcycle and vehicle registered there?

"Is he going to tell the voters of the Mohawk Valley how he got his friend Carl Paladino to insult Italian-Americans and then raised campaign funds off of it?

"Is he going to tell the voters of the Mohawk Valley that he got his friend Julie Miller, the head of the Conservative Party, to file a bogus complaint against me for reinstating a beloved teacher with widespread public support, a complaint that was dismissed by the Board of Elections as being "completely speculative" and lacking "any evidence"? And finally, is Mr. Johnson going to tell the voters of the Mohawk Valley that he actually broke the law, was arrested by the NY State Police and was convicted of a crime?

“In light of all of that, Greg Johnson's ironic call for "full disclosure" is laughable. I’ve already filed an ethics disclosure form with the Board of Elections, and with less than a month to go in this campaign, voters are out of patience with Mr. Johnson's attacks and his behavior as a typical politician. We should be talking about voters' concerns: jobs, the rotten economy and cleaning up Albany, and that's what I will continue to do.”

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