Sanitation workers endorse McMahon
Another day another endorsement for McMahon;
McMahon, a Democrat who is running to replace Vito Fossella in Congress, accepted the endorsement today at Staten Island's Sanitation Garage No. 3 in Travis while being flanked by about 100 sanitation workers and the union's president, Harry Nespoli.
"Mike McMahon has always supported the working men and women of this district in the City Council, and has been very conscientious of the issues we face day to day on the job and back at home," Nespoli said.
"I have respected the work he's done as a public servant, and I'm proud to call him a friend. Now, Mike needs us to help him get to Congress. He's the best man for the job in Washington, and I couldn't be happier to help him get there for the benefit of the district."
Bob Straniere on the other hand is losing endorsements.