Martins, 43, has been mayor of Mineola since 2003 and previously served as village trustee. He points to his work to minimize Mineola’s debt as proof that he can get what he calls Albany’s unchecked spending under control. Martins tried to unseat Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-Mineola) in 2008.
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