But Flanagan spokesman Scott Reif said the campaign routinely submits the specific charges to the state Board of Elections.
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"We have said we're supportive of universal pre-K," said Scott Reif, a spokesman for Sen. Dean Skelos, a Long Island Republican, in the Bloomberg story. "The question is, how do you pay for it?"
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