In this episode, we meet GOP Lieutenant Governor candidate Alison Esposito at the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls.
She told us why she gave up a 24 year law enforcement career to be Congressman Lee Zeldin’s running mate. She told us that state government doesn’t listen to the people and how that will change in a Zeldin-Esposito administration. She discussed a bail reform law she says is “reckless.”
And she told us, amidst all the controversy in America about policing, that cops are human. Look for more on Esposito’s visit to Seneca Falls and her campaign platform on our news page.