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Mailing slams Farley bill pushing check-cash loans

Material from backers of publicly financed elections

State Sen. Hugh T. Farley greets supporters last year on Election Day at the Glen Sanders Mansion.
State Sen. Hugh T. Farley greets supporters last year on Election Day at the Glen Sanders Mansion.
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Advocates for publicly financed elections are taking aim at New York’s longest-tenured state senator, claiming a bill he sponsored but never moved out of committee is evidence of the “pay to play culture in Albany.” Republican state Sen. Hugh Farley, R-Niskayuna, is the subject of a mailer being sent throughout his district this week, identifying him as a reason why New York’s campaign finance system needs an overhaul. In specific, the mailer accuses Farley of ...

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noeboilard
May 7, 2013
8:14 a.m.

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We should have term limits. there in it for the money

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