For Immediate Release:

GOSHEN, NY – Today, Alison Esposito, a 25-year veteran of the New York Police Department (NYPD), former candidate for Lieutenant Governor, and candidate for Congress in New York’s 18th Congressional District, issued the following statement on the fourth anniversary of the deadly Cuomo-Hochul March 25, 2020 Nursing Home Order. This action placed COVID-positive patients into nursing homes, leading to the deaths of 15,000 seniors across New York.

New Yorkers, especially the families that lost loved ones, have never been able to fully recover from the deadly Cuomo-Hochul nursing home scandal and cover-up. Andrew Cuomo continues his revisionist history tour about his past and Governor Hochul tries to forget about the thousands of New Yorkers who we lost. Andrew Cuomo seems to think he has a political future in New York, but make no mistake, we will never let him forget his administration’s actions that directly led to the deaths of countless New Yorkers in nursing homes.

When I first ran for Lieutenant Governor, I promised to fight for the families who were impacted by this horrible order, and I will not stop fighting until they get the justice they deserve. I know scores of New Yorkers won’t stop fighting until Andrew Cuomo, Kathy Hochul, and those who carried out these orders are held accountable and provide real answers to the families about what led to this disaster. Cuomo and Hochul may wish to forget, but we never will.

Alison Esposito



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