Borecky said she's running on her record of working for superstorm Sandy relief, combating the heroin epidemic and fighting tax increases. "I understand this district's needs and will work full-time as your legislator," she said. Borecky said she has fought "against huge water rates and sewer taxes, saving residents thousands of dollars." She says that if elected, she will "find savings through oversight and reform and new revenue by creating next-generation jobs for our young families." Borecky said, "We need honest politicians that will put people first and be our voice on the legislature."
Borecky, 58, of Merrick, is running on the Democratic, Women's Equality and Working Families lines. Borecky works for the Nassau County Board of Elections. She unsuccessfully ran for Hempstead Town Board four years ago. Borecky was for 10 years a constituent liaison for former County Legis. David Denenberg of Merrick. Borecky is president of the North and Central Merrick Civic Association. She co-founded the Coalition of Nassau Civic Associations. She serves on the county's wastewater treatment advisory committee. She is a member of the American Legion Auxiliary unit in Merrick. Borecky is married and has two children.