Public records available online and obtained through a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request show Henrietta Town Supervisor Jack Moore used at least $3,670 in taxpayer money to hire one of his campaign operatives. Paul Reitschky was then allowed to remove computer hard drives from Town Hall and access information they contained about Henrietta residents.
Here are the Moore campaign filings showing payments to Reitschky, who worked on the website and social media.
Here are copies of the agreement and payment from the Town of Henrietta, obtained with a FOIL request.
And unlike the rebate checks for Henrietta taxpayers, Jack Moore had no reported problems with the checks he cut to his campaign worker.