Brindisi Criticizes Spectrum For Refusing To Air Campaign Ad
Brindisi says everything in the ad is true.
He say that Charter's political action committee gave Tenney's campaign two $2,500 contributions in 2017 and that Tenney later voted to give Charter-Spectrum a $9 billion tax break.
Brindisi says he has every right to point that out in the ad and they're refusing to air it. He says Spectrum has picked a winner in the race and it's not him
Charter claims that it doesn't air ads that disparage the company.
“As usual, Anthony Brindisi isn’t being honest. Democrats rule Albany with an iron fist, and it was on Brindisi and Cuomo’s watch that the Charter merger was approved for upstate New York. Brindisi is just trying to distract voters from the $14,000 he took from Nancy Pelosi, and his deep ties to the corruption of Governor Cuomo and disgraced Speaker Silver,” said Tenney campaign manager Raychel Renna.
Brindisi will face Tenney in November for the 22nd Congressional District seat.