Kaminsky 2016 Raises $250k Since July Filing

Former federal prosecutor and State Senator Todd Kaminsky’s campaign has raised $250k since July 12th, giving him $378k on hand for the stretch run of his campaign.

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Senator Kaminsky's campaign has $378K on-hand, raised $590K total for the Fall cammpaign.

Photo by: Senatory Todd Kaminsky, via Facebook.

Rockville Centre, NY - October 7, 2016 - Former federal prosecutor and State Senator Todd Kaminsky’s campaign has raised $250k since July 12th, giving him $378k on hand for the stretch run of his campaign.

Kaminsky is running for re-election following his historic, April 19th Special Election victory to replace convicted former Senator Dean Skelos.

After releasing his 32-day fundraising report, Senator Todd Kaminksy said: “Long Island is overtaxed and underserved by a State government that for too long has served corrupt special interests and ignored taxpaying families. I’m honored by the tremendous support I’ve received and incredibly grateful to everyone who has invested in this campaign. This spring, I promised to fight against new taxes, fund our schools, and clean up the corruption in Albany - and I’ve kept my promise. 175 votes against new taxes. A $20million increase in funding for local public schools. Banning corrupt and convicted politicians from receiving their publically funded pensions. Honest government gets real results and I look forward to continuing my work for South Shore families.”

About Todd Kaminsky
Senator Kaminsky has spent his career fighting for Long Island families and working to end government corruption. As a federal prosecutor representing Long Island, Brooklyn and Queens, and as acting deputy chief of the Public Integrity Section, Todd took down corrupt elected officials, drug kingpins and other major felons.

In April, 2016, Todd won a Special Election to replace Dean Skelos and immediately began serving the South Shore in the State Senate. During his time in the Senate and State Assembly, Todd fought for and won ethics reforms, one of the largest middle class tax breaks in state history, aid for Sandy victims, and a historic $20million increase in funding for South Shore school districts.