Westchester law requires candidates to submit resumes before running for political office.

County Executive George Latimer said he was hoping the law would be on the books by May.

Veronica Jean Seltzer and Lee Danuff

Mar 21, 2023, 2:25 AM

Updated 432 days ago


A Westchester bill inspired by the controversy around Rep. George Santos is now a law.
The law will require candidates to submit a resume before they can run for political office.
The documents will then be available for the public and journalists. 
It comes after Rep. Santos admitted to lying about his resume while running for office.
County Executive George Latimer said he was hoping the law would be on the books by May.

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