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Politics 2020: Rob Astorino Poll

Rob Astorino is running for State Senate.
Rob Astorino is running for State Senate. Photo Credit: Friends of Rob Astorino

State Senator Peter Harckham’s controversial no-cash-bail law allows the immediate release of career criminals for crimes including: Criminal possession of a gun on school grounds; Criminal sale of a controlled substance on/near school grounds; Criminal sale of a firearm to a minor; Patronizing a person for prostitution in a school zone; Failure to register as a sex offender; Promoting or possessing an obscene sexual performance by a child; Animal torture; Arson in the third and fourth degree; and Manslaughter in the second degree. Rob Astorino wants immediate repeal of the Harckham no-cash-bail law.

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What do you think?
Final Results Voting Closed

What do you think?

  • I agree with Peter Harckham’s no-cash-bail law.
    14%
  • I agree with Rob Astorino’s plan to repeal no-cash-bail.
    82%
  • Neither of the above.
    4%

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