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On August 19th, a forum took place for all Democratic Gubernatorial candidates to answer questions about their positions and policies. The candidates present at the forum were Zephyr Teachout and Randy Credico. Governor Cuomo was asked to participate as well but only sent a representative to give a rehearsed statement his place.

See the linked ustream archive to watch the debate and hear what the two Gubernatorial hopefuls had to say.


Which candidate did you like the most?

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  •  New York Primary in a week or so. I hope (3+ / 0-)
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    d3clark, Mannie, jbob

    Gov. Cuomo sees lackluster support statewide for his bid for re-election.  He deserves a vote of no-confidence at the least.

    Wish I could be in New York to support bluer candidates on the ballot, both for Gov & Lt. Gov, to send whatever message in whatever degree to Andrew Cuomo.

    I don't like looking into the dugout of my preferred team and see the manager wearing the uniform of the opponent.

    "...the baffled king composing 'Hallelujah'..." (Leonard Cohen)

    by Remediator on Wed Sep 03, 2014 at 04:52:14 PM PDT

  •  Where's Cuomo, indeed? (1+ / 0-)
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    Someone should keep tabs on his location until a few days before the primary, and if he's been in Albany or NYC all of the time (or out-of-state) make an ad, comparing to Teachout.

    I will vote for Teachout and for Wu. I doubt that Cuomo cares about vote totals as long as he wins. He's just not that into us.

    Americans, while occasionally willing to be serfs, have always been obstinate about being peasantry. F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Great Gatsby

    by riverlover on Wed Sep 03, 2014 at 06:20:13 PM PDT

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