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Behind The Working Families Field Operation: Candidates Pay Salaried WFP Employees As Independent Contractors, In Addition To Data & Field Services

from City Hall

But even with Data & Field Services in place, through last year, the Party continued having campaigns pay for canvassers directly out of their own campaign treasuries. Though this staff was recruited, trained and managed by the Party, it is the candidates who were given the bills in a manner which avoids responsibility for payroll taxes, health benefits, worker’s compensation or disability.

In the seven recent State Senate campaigns in which the Party played a heavy role—the special election wins of Craig Johnson and Darrel Aubertine, as well as the regular cycle races by Joe Mesi, Daniel Squadron, Kevin Parker, Brian Foley and Joe Addabbo—1,200 workers were paid a combined $268,000 from the various candidates’ accounts, according to state records.

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