Brooklyn candidates fail to cough up pay promised to Primary Day workers

Brooklyn campaign workers are visiting candidates offices Monday in hopes of collecting pay they say they were promised on primary day.Workers for three Brooklyn candidates

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn campaign workers are visiting candidates offices Monday in hopes of collecting pay they say they were promised on primary day.Workers for three Brooklyn candidates ? state assembly hopeful Richard Taylor, congressional candidate Chris Owens and state senate candidate Tracy Boyland -- say they?re owed up to $100 each for doing last minute tasks like handing out fliers on Election Day. The workers say the candidates have kept them waiting a week for the money they?re due. Workers say Boyland has made a partial payment of $100 per worker, but they say there were promised $125 for the day. A representative from Owens? office says outstanding payments will be made Monday.All of the candidates lost their respective primaries.

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