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Incumbent District Leader Ralph Perfetto must be a bit scared about insurgent Kevin Peter Carroll — the 18-year veteran has finally started to fundraise.

Perfetto had said that he would self-finance his campaign, but on May 27, he held a $100-a-plate dinner that raised $13,635 — about as much as Carroll has raised so far for his candidacy.

Carroll has a barbecue fundraiser — with a suggested contribution of $25 per person — scheduled for June 5.

Perfetto could have raised more at his bash at La Sorrentina, on 11th Avenue in Dyker Heights, but he’s too generous a guy, he said.

“I don’t like asking people for money,” he said, “so I sent them home with doggy bags.”

Perfetto said he spent about $2,600 on the food for the event, including bringing in kosher victuals from Boro Park so that all attendees would be able to feast as they partied.

“I self-funded the food,” Perfetto stressed.

Updated 5:18 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Joro from Bay Ridge says:
I had the tri-colore salad. It was divine. Kevin Carroll is a cartoon.
June 4, 2010, 10:53 am
Dan Dierdorf from Pine Barrens says:
We ALL know Kevin Carroll's cronies set this whole thing up. The "Cousin Vinny" case has been pending since 2009 and NOW it hits the streets? Puhleez. I guess Team Carroll is fine with helping out Dan Donovan - a Republican - by smearing Mr. Perfetto. So long as Kevin Carroll (a.k.a. Verucca Salt) gets what (s)
June 15, 2010, 11:04 pm

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