Nassau County Executive candidate Jack Martins has been endorsed by the Nassau County Police Benevolent Association, Superior Officers Association, Detectives’ Association, and Sheriff’s Correction Officers Benevolent Association, groups that together include more than 6,000 active and retired members—in addition to the CSEA, Nassau County Police Medics Association and Nassau County Fire Marshal Benevolent Association, and the Nassau County Deputy Sheriff’s Benevolent Association.
Martins’s campaign released its second television ad recently, the second in a $1 million media buy that the Martins campaign has placed. The 30-second ad, “Teammates,” highlights Laura Curran’s hiring of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s “corruption team” to run her campaign. The ad was produced by BrabenderCox.
Jack Martins is the Republican, Conservative, and Reform Party nominee for Nassau County Executive. Jack is a former three-term New York State senator and a former mayor of Mineola. He lives in Nassau with his wife and four daughters. Martins is focused on making Nassau County a better place to live, work and raise a family. Jack is committed to ending the corruption that has compromised the public’s trust in government, protecting local property taxpayers, and creating an economic renaissance to provide a brighter future for the middle class. The election is scheduled for November 7.