Hiram Monserrate, a city councilman who won a Democratic primary for the State Senate seat in Jackson Heights being vacated by the incumbent, John Sabini, told a group of reporters on the City Hall steps just now that he’s not sure how he will vote on the term-limits bill.
"I’m undecided," said Monserrate after approaching reporters on his way in.
Monserate is in the unique position of having some options.
He’s pretty much guaranteed to win the State Senate seat, which has no term limits attached, or if the law changes, he can run for reelection to the City Council and is unlikely to face much opposition.
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