Cousins Schwarz, Miller no strangers

December 2003
Crain's New York Business;12/15/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 50, p3
This article presents information on politicians and political parties in New York City. There is speculation that the chair of New York City's Campaign Finance Board, Frederick A.O. Schwarz, and City Council Speaker Gifford Miller know each other better than they let on. The campaign contributions may add weight to Mayor Michael Bloomberg's assertion that Schwarz, and Miller concocted a package of campaign finance reforms to limit his ability to outspend an opponent. Manhattan Democratic Republican Jerrold Nadler has won the support of 25 of New York's 29 House members, as well as two representatives from Connecticut, for a controversial rail freight tunnel linking New Jersey and Brooklyn.


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