As of Wednesday morning, Suozzi so far hasn’t said what his plans are for the future. But in his concession speech Tuesday night, there were hints that he wasn’t ready to hang it up just yet.
Edward Mangano declared that Nassau County was “on the right” path for job creation and opportunities for residents, as he trounced his Democratic challenger Tuesday night.
Republican incumbent Edward Mangano and Democratic challenger Tom Suozzi both felt good on their last full day of campaigning Monday.
CBS 2’s Kristine Johnson moderated the debate between incumbent Republican Ed Mangano and Decmoratic challenger Tom Suozzi, who is seeking to get his old job back.
Nassau County faces a critical choice this election year.
Fifty-two percent of voters said that they backed Mangano compared to thirty-five percent for Suozzi, according to a Newsday, News 12, and Siena College poll.
In its first analysis of County Executive Ed Mangano’s 2014 budget, the Nassau Interim Finance Authority, or NIFA, is projecting a $122 million budget deficit next year in Nassau County with larger than projected deficits through 2017.
The race for Nassau County executive is getting national attention. The county’s nearly 1.5 million residents have been known to set voting trends.
Ed Mangano’s challenger and former county executive Tom Suozzi said the budget plan does nothing to solve the county’s debt.
EAST MEADOW, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – The race is on in the rematch between incumbent Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and the position’s previous officeholder. As WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall reported, Democrat Tom Suozzi wants his […]
Former two-term Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi won the Democratic primary to get his old job back.
Candidates Tom Suozzi and Adam Haber each expressed confidence about winning the democratic nod for Nassau County Executive as they greeted voters early Tuesday.
County Comptroller George Maragos said Nassau will end its 2012 fiscal year with a $41.6 million budget surplus.
There is the potential for a Suozzi – Mangano rematch for Nassau County Executive in November.
This ongoing series will focus on shining a light in an attempt to autopsy why the NHL not only died in Nassau County, but who helped hammer in the nails of the proverbial coffin.