Bronx senator lives in Westchester, CBS reports

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State Senator Pedro Espada Jr., a Bronx Democrat who is playing a role in blocking any MTA bailout, apparently lives in Mamaroneck and may be violating election law, CBS news has reported.

Residents of the senator’s East 201 St. cooperative say they haven’t seen Espada in the building, even though he owns an apartment there. A spokesman for the senator said he has owned the Mamaroneck house for 18 years, but the Bronx co-op is his primary residence. Read more here.

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  1. I guess this is like all those Manhattanites who live in Manhattan and but a weekend or summer home in the Hudson Valley area and vote by absentee in elections.

    This is just the reverse, what is wrong with it ??

    VJ Machiavelli

    NO MORE SCHUMER
    NO MORE PELOSI
    NO MORE RANGEL
    NO MORE ENGEL AND HIS MILLION DOLLAR HOME IN MARYLAND
    ps Hank Morris has a 4 million dollar plus home in East Hampton

  2. the consultant on

    guess what the voters in new york and california are never
    going to vote against their liberal senators..not gonna happen..so live with it