Friday, March 16, 2012
Today on "The Capitol Pressroom":
Liz Benjamin of YNN’s Capitol Tonight updates us from Rochester on the GOP Convention.
Seneca President Robert Odawi Porter joins us with reaction to the agreement on the constitutional amendment on casino gambling.
Analysis of what transpired at the Capitol on Wednesday night/Thursday morning: First up, Bill Samuels of the New Roosevelt Institute focuses on the process.
Then, former Assemblyman and current DEMOS fellow Richard Brodsky focuses on the substance.
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Tuesday, August 24, 2010
By Azi Paybarah
That would be the Roosevelt Initiative, organized by one-time LT gubernatorial candidate Bill Samuels.
The ad is straight to camera, defiant, and paints the senator as the victim of an organized attack. And for good measure, he quotes the bible. Espada is facing an organized opponent in Gustavo Rivera, and a second challenger, community board member Dan Padernacht. Critics fear Rivera and Paderncacht could split the opposition vote, ensuring Epsada's victory.