Tonawanda News — Soos said the reasons for that are twofold: Years of losing ground to Republican foes has hurt fundraising efforts, while the overwhelming success of state Sen. George Maziarz also has led the Republican charge.
Soos said he opposes Forster’s leadership positions, calling him a “bully,” but insisted he will remain active in the affairs of the county’s Democratic Party regardless of the recent turmoil.
“He wants to rule by intimidation and force,” Soos said of Forster. “He proved that’s true when he terminated my employment.”
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