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Brooklyn Reform Party Chairman Statement on Pam Harris Resignation

Brooklyn Reform Party Chairman Bob Capano, a resident of the 46th Assembly District in Bay Ridge who was one of the first to call on Assemblywoman Pam Harris (D-46) to resign in early February so that Governor Cuomo could include her seat in the special elections scheduled around the state on April 24th, issued the following statement:

“I am sorry that it took so long for Pam Harris to resign because if she had done it sooner the 46th Assembly District could have been included in the special elections around the state scheduled for April 24th. Instead, our district will have no representation in the State Assembly. Unfortunately, Albany remains the corruption capitol of the country. One of the key goals of the Reform Party is to restore honesty and integrity to government and we look forward to a reformer stepping up to fill this seat.”

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