An opponent of attorney Jacques Leandre, one of eight candidates running in a Queens City Council special election, again accused him of engaging in “plantation-type politics” on last night’s Road to City Hall when asked about Mr. Leandre’s legal challenge to his petitions to get on the ballot. Michael Duncan made his claim when another candidate in the race, Donovan Richards, asked him how he felt about Mr. Leandre’s challenges in a forum on the show.
“I think Jacques is a very smart brother,” Mr. Duncan answered. “I think Jacques took the time to investigate my petition. I think Jacques realized I had over 1,600 good signatures. So Jacques should not use that same plantation-type politics that have been used on us for centuries.” Read More