The rest of the blogosphere may be focused on last night's election results in Connecticut, but here at ReformNY, we're all New York, all the time.
And while we're on the subject of New York, take a look at our friend Blair Horner's letter to the Times Union, regarding their August 1 Editorial on campaign finance reform. Blair echoes the frustration of the Times Union Editorial Board after reading the Brennan Center's recently released campaign finance report (in a nutshell, New York's campaign finance laws are really, really pathetic).
But he takes issue with the paper over where the blame lies. Specifically, he commends the Assembly on its efforts in this area, and says the failure to pass real campaign finance reform legislation lies squarely on the shoulders of the Senate.
Categories: General, Campaign Finance Reform