The candidates in the race to replace former State Senator Carl Kruger, who pleaded guilty to corruption charges and will be in jail soon enough, will not see their district change due to redistricting for their March 20th special election. However, the two men, Democratic Councilman Lew Fidler and Republican attorney David Storobin, took to the Brooklyn Daily this morning to opine on the proposed redistricting map they will run for reelection in should they win enough votes next March.
Mr. Fidler, who was specifically targeted in the map, understandably lambasted the process. “Every pen in the map room was held by a person on the Republicans’ Senate payroll, beholden to their partisan political interests for the paychecks,” he wrote. “The public be damned.” Read More