Foley, 30, of Hicksville, is running on the Democratic and Working Families lines. A glazier by trade, he has recently worked as a union organizer, representing 15 locals for painters and allied trades.
- Wants to make Long Island more affordable for working-class people, promoting unions as a way of improving incomes.
- Reform county and local industrial development agencies, with more scrutiny on tax breaks and mandating local hiring requirements.
- To avoid taxpayer shock, Foley wants the county tax assessment changes to roll out over the next five years.