NY-10 primary opponents Jones, Niou team up to lambast NYT-endorsed Dan Goldman


The mud-slinging circus of a Democratic primary in New York’s 10th Congressional District came to a brief halt on Monday as Democratic opponents Mondaire Jones and Yuh-Line Niou teamed up to lambast another contender, Dan Goldman, who last weekend won the coveted endorsement of the New York Times editorial board.

With early voting already underway, Jones, an upstate Congressman who moved to Brooklyn to run in the newly-drawn district, and Niou, a state Assemblymember from Lower Manhattan, say that Goldman ⁠— who served as the government counsel in the first impeachment of Donald Trump ⁠— is trying to use his considerable wealth to “purchase” the seat and that his policy positions are out of touch with the communities he’s running to represent.

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