A real-estate executive who received immunity to become a witness in the federal corruption trials of both of the state’s former legislative leaders is also the top “bundler” for city Comptroller Scott Stringer.
Records show that Glenwood Management senior VP and counsel Charles Dorego rounded up $149,900 for Stringer’s 2013 campaign, more than any other supporter.
The money Dorego directed to Stringer overshadowed the $33,175 he contributed or bundled that year for all other candidates, including $9,900 for Bill de Blasio’s mayoral campaign.
Dorego didn’t return calls to explain how he became such a big Stringer fan.
The Comptroller’s Office offered no explanation, other than to say that Stringer “follows all applicable laws.”
Glenwood Management and its owner, Leonard Litwin, also gave more campaign donations to Governor Andrew Cuomo last election cycle than any other entity.
You can see more about Glenwood - and Cuomo's corruption - here.
Dorego, btw, is known as the Glenwood "bagman".
No wonder Scott Stringer and Andrew Cuomo are such good buddies and Scott feels so safe in Andy's arms.
They're both on the take from the same crooks.