With Monserrate Out, Voters Believe Cuomo’s Coming In Hard On Corruption
Since former State Sen. Hiram Monserrate seems to be on his last straw, Rep. Charles Rangel became the latest New York official to fall in a corruption and ethics-related investigation.
At least Rangel won’t have to deal with the state’s newest governor, Gov.-Elect Andrew Cuomo, who the public voted in this blog would be the least tolerant on New York’s corrupt.
In this CUNY Graduate School of Journalism poll, a majority of the participating public viewed Monserrate’s indictment as his latest straw in his string of negative press.
In addition, the same group of pollers believed Cuomo would be the most effective in battling corruption in New York.
Well, if the public is correct, officials like Monserrate and Rangel better run because Cuomo’s already on the run.