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Edison Democratic Chairman Responds to Russomanno

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The claim that Russomano and the council candidates will work closely with the Edison Democratic Organization is a bold face lie.
 
Mr. Russomano stormed out of the election last week without saying a word and has refused to return several phone calls to date.
 
 
Councilman Karabinchak denied any knowledge of, or involvement with the press release yet he was quoted in it, and Council Candidate Sendelsky lost the committee race in his own district because he spent a good portion of his day campaigning with a convicted felon ( Nilesh Disondi ) and a former Republican Mayoral Candidate ( Sam Kahn ). 
 
They pillaged the EDO treasury for a total of $57,425 as reported on the ELEC Form E-3 dated 5/22/15 of which $15,000 went to Edison Democrats 2016 which listed the same address as the former Chairman. The ethics displayed are questionable at best if not illegal in some instances and I will by hiring a forensic accountant to do a complete and thorough audit.   

 
Russomano is a liability to the campaign of the four council candidates as well as Mayor Lankey's ability to govern effectively and I will not in any way, shape or form work with Anthony Russomano, Nilesh Disondi or Sam Kahn.
 
The establishment did not elect me and it's obvious they are not accepting me, I will not stand silent while they plot my demise under the guise of "this is the time for unity and cooperation."
 
Keith Hahn
Edison Democratic Organization Chairman

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