Hempstead Town Councilman Hired At Nassau Board Of Elections

Newsday reports that a Hempstead Town Council Member, on unpaid leave as a NYPD detective, was hired to work at the Nassau Board of Elections to work for the GOP commissioner on election security issues.  In today’s paper, Stefanie Dazio writes “Hempstead Town Councilman Anthony D’Esposito said he has been hired at the Nassau County Board of Elections as a $100,000 administrative assistant whose focus will draw on his experience as an NYPD detective to deal with polling place security and elections cybersecurity.

D’Esposito, a Republican from Island Park, began working at the elections board on Monday, he said Tuesday. He said he will be a “90 percent” employee so he can take time off for town board meetings.”

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