'Take Comptroll' Our Challenge To DiNapoli and Wilson

Friday, October 08, 2010

Just say it! Join It's A Free Country in our efforts to get New York State Comptroller candidates Thomas DiNapoli and Harry Wilson to use the phrase "Take Comptroll of Albany". Why? Have you said it out loud?! 

Moreover, the Comptroller position is one of New York's most important, and as recent news indicates, New Yorkers do want someone to help clean up the position. In order to meet the challenge, DiNapoli and Wilson must complete any of the following tasks:

+ Use the phrase "I'm going to take comptroll of Albany" in a televised debate...

+ Use the phrase "I'm going to take comptroll of Albany" in one public event each week between now and the election on November 2nd...

+ Use the phrase "I'm going to take comptroll of Albany" on their official websites...

+ Use the phrase "I'm going to take comptroll of Albany" and have it quoted in a major newspaper...

»» How can you help the cause? Like This Cause On Facebook | Write The Candidates Directly (Wilson - DiNapoli) | Tweet Your Support | Create An Image!

»» More: What Exactly Does The Comptroller Do Anyway? | Is Comptroll Even A Word? | WNYC Coverage


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