ALBANY — It’s official: It’s okay to call a city landlord running for state Senate in Westchester County a “slumlord.” Republican Bob Cohen filed a complaint with the Westchester Fair Campaign Practices Committee against Democratic opponent George Latimer’s use of the term “slumlord” against him in campaign literature. But, as the Daily News reported, Cohen has been sued repeatedly by the city for allowing illegal drugs and gambling in buildings he owns in Manhattan. Tenants complain of rodents, bugs and poor conditions, and the committee approved Latimer’s language. “Based upon the totality of the information and documentation submitted, the Committee felt that there is sufficient documentation for the use of the word “slumlord,” it ruled. Cohen spokesman Bill O’Reilly blasted the decisions as “ridiculous” and accused Latimer of engaging in “vicious campaigning at its worst.” “Bob Cohen took buildings that were literally falling apart and turned them into safe, clean homes for hundreds of New York families,” O’Reilly said.