Nassau Legislature Race: Candidate Eva Pearson

Eva Pearson is the Democratic challenger running for the 14th district seat of the Nassau County Legislature.

Pearson, who was raised in Nassau County and now lives in Farmingdale, served in the U.S. Air Force during the first Gulf War. She currently works at the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center in New York City, where she counsels children in foster care.

Kristen Ferrari November 07, 2011 at 03:37 AM
So far Mr. Rennhack has written points and then backed up his points so I'm not sure why you are saying he is angry. Dan Michaels, you are the one continuously making personal attacks and not sticking to the issues nor are you addressing Mr. Rennhack's points. I don't know if all of his facts are correct but I have yet to see him attack on a personal level. I have seen you not only ignore his points but resort to attacks. Why not discuss your candidate and why you think he's the best man for the position as opposed to belittling Ms. Pearson or Mr. Rennhack? I read these articles and comments hoping to learn more about the candidates and the people supporting them, not to see who can come up with the better insult.
Jay November 07, 2011 at 03:45 AM
When you know you wrong it is evident that you run away. I can see this clearly and it is obvious to anyone with half a brain. You make about as much sense as a sack of old potatoes. how can you be so sure of the lies you say when in fact nearly are school board members are democRATS. Why would say they're Republicans anyway when I is you who claim to love and adore them. Very odd fellow you are. Which mental institution did you escape from again? Why so you feel the need to insult me? No need to answer I already know it's because you're a born dim witted slow loser!
Dale from Farmingdale November 07, 2011 at 03:26 PM
Mr. Michaels: Everything you just accused Mr. Rennhack of is exactly what I was thinking of you...the anger and blanket anti-party attitude. All he did was breakdown your questions, comments and accusatory points in an organized fashion, much like a debate. You made points and asked him questions and he responded with specific information. I detected no anger in those responses; only in yours. You put him in a no-win situation; if he ignored you, you'd say that proved your point, and by responding to you, you found negativity anyway. You picked apart every word and even style that he responded with. From my standpoint, it's hard to learn anything when each party simply accuses the other of lying. And, surely, having a candidate as a "personal friend" clearly represents the likelihood of biased information.
Dan Michaels November 07, 2011 at 08:32 PM
Eva Pearson is funded and supported by the Democratic Party. She is not as independent as she'd have you believe. She will owe the Democratic party and like all party candidates support their parties agenda. Eva didn't even live here a few years ago. How much could she know about Farmingdale's issues or history. Come on folks. Beleis lives here as does his family. DO you really think he'd support anything that wasn't good for all of us in the 14th LD? I believe in supporting someone who has spend decades here, not a few years. VOTE BELESI Farmingdale's home grown and long time resident candidate.
James M. November 07, 2011 at 08:42 PM
Dan Michaels: Playing democrat card even when it doesn't apply. Dan Michaels staunch Republican. When you have nothing else to hang your hat on use the experience card. So what, he's lived here his entire life. (No offense to Belesi, I'm just commenting on Dan's comment). Apparently in Dan's world how long you've lived here is more important than any ability to change the way things are going. In Dan's world it's about who you know not what solutions you can think of. In Dan's world it's Republican or nothing. In Dan's World what voting line you are on is more important than the ideas you are running on. Mr. Belesi, Thankfully I have read your internet posts and know this is not the platform you are running on.


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