The question begs, For the trillions who make this reform minded commentator the undisputed leader in the politics of Brooklyn.
The question begs, This reform minded commentator has returned once again with a look at perhaps a "Comeback" for a former longtime "iconic" Queens GOP State Senator.
The question begs, From http://www.cityandstateny.com/padavan-takes-senate-question-facebook/
"Do you “like” former state Sen. Frank Padavan? In the Facebook sense?
Padavan is asking his 1,018 Facebook friends whether he should mount another bid for the state Senate, posting a poll on his wall earlier today that asks that very question."
The question begs, This reform minded commentator for the people of Northeast Queen who were ably represented for 38 years by iconic Queens GOP State Senator Frank Padavan definitely "likes" a returned to the "State Senate" for Frank Padavan.
"We reported last week that the veteran former legislator was mulling a comeback campaign against Tony Avella, the Democrat who ousted him in 2010. Since then, though, the Senate’s draft district lines have been publicized, potentially complicating the situation."
The question begs, A situation that's still very fluid this reform minded commentator points out.
"As the Senate Republicans have drawn the lines, Avella’s district would contain less white residents than it did in 2002, and more Asian and Hispanic residents. Arguably, these conditions could be worse for a Republican candidate, or even a white candidate.
Padavan lost to Avella by six points in 2010, despite hanging on for years in a Democratic-leaning district. Padavan was also briefly hospitalized almost a year ago, following the election, after having a stroke."
The question begs, This reform minded commentator points out Frank Padavan was re-elected "18" times despite more than 3 times the number of registered Democrats to Republicans in the 11th senate district proving State Senator Frank Padavan was and still is beloved by people of all political parties and all ethnicities.
"As of this posting, Padavan’s Facebook query has garnered 19 “yes” votes and three “no”. Padavan himself voted “no,” but then changed it to a “yes”.
The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman this reform minded commentator proudly urges iconic 19-term Queens GOP State Senator Frank Padavan to return to the State Senate in the Senate majority where he belongs once again to work alongside the greatest public elected official who has ever lived, State Senator Marty Golden on behalf of the borough of Queens, our city, and State.
The question begs, As Always The Truth Has Spoken.