The 2016 election race has gone from the locker room to the bathroom.
A candidate for the New York State Assembly handed out 100,000 rolls of toilet paper featuring a photo of Town Supervisor John Venditto to illustrate that the town of Oyster Bay is becoming “the butt of [everyone’s] joke,” The Blaze reported.
The Democrat, who bills himself as an “anti-politician” on his Twitter page , was protesting how Venditto has handled the town budget for Nassau County.
The Blaze reports:
Oyster Bay is New York’s only municipality with a “junk bond” rating from Standard & Poor’s, according to Long Island’s “Newsday.”
The town has nearly 300,000 residents, and its local government is made up of one town supervisor and six council members.
Hart recently made headlines with a controversial campaign promise to erect a $1 million marble statue of musician Billy Joel outside Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Long Island. Hart slammed his Republican opponent, Assemblyman Michael Montesano who has served since 2010, for not honoring the New York native.
“My opponent is either impotent or is simply not trying, because everyone loves Billy Joel,” Hart said. “No wonder Albany is a mess, our representative can’t do something as simple as renaming a small portion of a road in Billy Joel’s backyard, where there’s near universal support.”
Hart’s campaign for the assembly seat is dubbed “Operation Clean Sweep” on the website.
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