Corporate PACs Fail to Disclose Cash Behind Attacks in Primary Races
With less than a week left before the primary, two groups boosting moderate Democratic candidates for the state legislature have not submitted disclosures required by campaign finance law.
Sam Mellins · June 22, 2022
A mailer sent by Common Sense New Yorkers attacking State Assembly incumbent candidate Ron Kim | Courtesy of Gabe Tobias
Sam Mellins is senior reporter at New York Focus, which he has been a part of since launch day. His reporting… more
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