Cuomo's Convention

Friday, May 28, 2010

Liz Benjamin, host of Capital Tonight, blogger, and Daily News columnist is on with Peter Iglinski, senior correspondent at Rochester Public Radio. They talk about the just-concluded New York Democratic convention and the start of Cuomo's official campaign.


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Comments [7]

mc from Brooklyn

I would like to hear an answer to laura's question about NYC education dollars.

May. 28 2010 10:30 AM

Did Cuomo just say that PENTIUM processors are the latest?

May. 28 2010 10:28 AM

Can your guests tell me where Cuomo stands on restoring education $ to NYC? I've got two children in the public school system and I've called the campaign three times and no one has an answer. I assume its a no go with him. I really don't understand why any democrat would vote for him.

May. 28 2010 10:25 AM
kc from massapequa

If Cuomo can not find common ground with the unions, why would any democrat want to vote for him? We have to learn to stop killing our own and become a NEW force for change that can have a meaningful effect.

May. 28 2010 10:20 AM
Martin Chuzzlewit from Manhattan

Very true, Brian.

If he refuses the Working Families Party ballot line and he is not endorsed by the big unions...THAT would be impressive...and he could then gain credibility as a force for real change in state government.

May. 28 2010 10:10 AM
Martin Chuzzlewit from Manhattan

Andrew Cuomo promises to "take our government back". What a joke! From whom? Well, actually.... from Andrew Cuomo who, while at HUD and in his later political career, has been a willing patron of the public unions and reckless activists who pushed us all into this unaffordable trainwreck in the first place. We're broke.... and Cuomo won't risk his advancement to the next level by actually doing anything to anger his base. Sorry, these words are all a charade.

May. 28 2010 08:57 AM
Ed H. from Larchmont

For years we endured Governor Mario Cuomo, a pro-choice Catholic, the lowest form of political life. Now there is Andrew Cuomo, his son, who has wanted to be governor for many years, a pro-choice and pro-same sex marriage Catholic. I thought the nightmare of the Cuomos was over.

May. 28 2010 08:14 AM

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