Public Advocate Run-off Debate

Thursday, September 24, 2009


The two remaining candidates for the Democratic nomination for New York City Public Advocate faced off in one last debate last night, and it was a contentious one. The debate began with Mark Green and Bill de Blasio accusing each other of negative attacks...and rarely left that subject during the hour-long event.


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