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Digesting Politics: New York's Post-Primary Political Landscape

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Friday, September 17, 2010

WNYC’s Brian Lehrer, Andrea Bernstein, Bob Hennelly and Azi Paybarah discuss New York's volatile political landscape now that political novice Carl Paladino, a salty, self-identified Tea Party candidate, clinched the Republican nomination for governor in this week’s primary, leaving his moderate Republican rival Rick Lazio at the top of the Conservative Party ticket.

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Andrea Bernstein, Bob Hennelly, Brian Lehrer and Azi Paybarah
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Comments [1]

Joe from Harlem

There is a legitimate liberal alternative to Andrew Cuomo who should be covered by WNYC on an equal footing with the other candidates on the ballot. He is Howie Hawkins, the Green Party candidate. Just because the Tea Party has Fox News, Murdoch, and Koch, doesn't make them any more important than any other candidate.

Sep. 23 2010 10:44 AM

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