An idea floated in the aftermath of several public corruption cases involving New York state legislators received support from the Democratic challenger in the 51st Senate District race. But the incumbent, state Sen. Jim Seward, isn’t a fan. At an hour-long televised forum Thursday at Cayuga Community College in Auburn, Democratic candidate Jermaine Bagnall-Graham said he supports shifting from a part-time to full-time state Legislature. He views that as one way to address concerns about corruption in state government.
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