The New York City Comptroller Race: Melinda Katz & David Weprin

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Brian is interviewing the Democratic candidates running for New York City Comptroller. Today, conversations with candidates Melinda Katz then David Weprin, who will each discuss their qualifications and stances on the important issues.


Melinda Katz and David Weprin

Comments [5]

Ellen from Manhattan

According to the Voter Guide there are five candidates running for comptroller in the Democratic primary. One is a CPA, Salim Ejaz, but I have not heard him on the NY1 debate or on WNYC. Why?

Sep. 09 2009 04:02 PM
Annonymos from NYC

I am sure the public would be interested in understanding the relationship between Mr. Weprin and private companies including companies on behalf of which Mr. Weprin has written letters (using his elected position) to solicit business

Sep. 09 2009 10:54 AM
hjs from 11211

direct mail doesn't work, straight to the trash

Sep. 09 2009 10:51 AM
Voter from Brooklyn

Did Ms. Katz just say she gets political donations from corporations she costs money with her positions; they give her money for being an adversary…. Well now I know who definitely will not be getting my vote Tuesday.
This along with here “all boys” malarkey is just nails in the coffin.

Sep. 09 2009 10:37 AM
Len Steinbach from Forest Hills

Based on Katz ad on about contractors and "rip offs" alone I would not vote for her. She claims that she would post online city contract info and cost overruns...that cost overruns would tell what contractors are ripping off the city. Life is more complicated than that. Cost overruns can occur from unexpected events, changes in city requirements, poorly written contracts and a variety of legitimate reasons. Rip-offs are just one reason, and an overrun is not the clear evidence by any means. These suggestions of broad brush slurs is just what we need less of not more. Is Ms. Katz really that naiive or does she think the voters are just that simple minded. I am not a contractor.

Sep. 09 2009 10:33 AM

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