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On the show this week: solutions to poverty, NYC Votes 2013 continues with mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis, what’s next in Albany, and New Jersey’s new mobile Hall of Fame
Many residents say they’ll vote, but won’t pick a candidate until September. They’re skeptical of promises, concerned about character and doubtful that identity politics will carry Primary Day.
On the show this week: building a culture for tech innovation with Cornell NYC Tech, mayoral candidate Adolfo Carrión Jr., bringing broadband for rural towns, and Malala speaks out.
In the continuing series NYC Votes 2013, Independence Party mayoral candidate Adolfo Carrión Jr. tells Pi Roman he’s running because he represents “that silent majority. And I want to wake that silent majority up.”
Voters on the outskirts of Weiner’s old congressional district in Queens seem to be increasingly accepting of his mayoral candidacy, even after a new revelation in his Twitter scandal: