Republican candidate for Governor Marc Molinaro continues to hammer on the public corruption issue as he takes his campaign on the road this week. Molinaro, and his family are visiting all corners of the state in an R-V. During a stop at the New York State Fair yesterday. Molinaro accused Governor Andrew Cuomo of enabling a culture of corruption in Albany, and in his administration.
Doubling down on this issue comes after several Cuomo associates and aides have been convicted on public corruption charges this year. Molinaro has proposed a series of anti-corruption initiatives that include term limits and a ban on political contributions from companies that do business with the state.