It’s that time again, election season, where we interview as many candidates that are running in the upcoming Democratic Primary as possible. Our first interview is Assemblyman Thomas J. Abinanti. Abinanti is the Assembly Member of the 92nd Assembly District (The Towns of Greenburgh and Mount Pleasant.)
Check out our interview with the Assemblyman discussing everything from the All Lives Can Not Matter Until Black Lives Matters sign in Greenburgh, the Greenburgh Housing Authority, the historic appointment of Kobie Powell, the first African-American to serve as Captain in the history of the Greenburgh Police Department, the female correction officers being sexually harassed and assaulted in the Westchester County Jail and throughout the state, Bail Reform and the reform of the reform, bullying in Tarrytown Schools, affordable housing and poverty in Westchester, our days on the Bob Marrone Morning show and much much more including why he feels you should vote for him for re-election.
Tom Abinanti was elected to represent the 92nd Assembly District in November 2010. Prior to his election to the Assembly, Tom was elected to represent the residents of Greenburgh in the Westchester County Legislature ten times. He was seen as a leader in preserving our environment, ending gun violence, protecting women’s rights and advocating for children with special needs.
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