This edition: Primary Collages? Racing to the Race for Office in New York CityTweet
Original tape date: April 24, 2013.
First aired: April 29, 2013.
Moderator Bob Liff and a panel of observers debate the 2013 Mayoral Primary contests in NYC. Who will succeed and become our candidates in the November elections? What policy positions will sway New Yorkers, following 12 years under Mayor Bloomberg? Should the candidates embrace those 12 years, or should they run from them? What electoral impacts will NYC's diverse communities have on the primaries?
Dr. Ester Fuchs Director, Urban and Social Policy Program, Columbia University
Robert A. George Editorial Board Writer, The New York Post
Mark Lieberman Contributing Editor/CUNY TV, Managing Director, Economics Analytics Research
Bob Liff Senior Vice President, M+R Strategic Services
Prof. Lisette Nieves Belle Zeller Visiting Distinguished Professor, Brooklyn College, CUNY
Marlene Peralta Senior Political Reporter, El Diario/La Prensa
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