New York State Gubernatorial Debate

New York State Gubernatorial Debate

Mon, 10/18/2010 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm

All seven candidates will participate in this debate.

On Monday, October 18 at 7 p.m. AM 1370 brings listeners this New York State Gubernatorial Debate where all seven candidates are scheduled to participate, whichh include: Attorney General Andrew Cuomo (D), Carl Paladino (R), Kristin Davis (Anti-Prohibition), Charles Barron (Freedom), Howie Hawkins (Green), Warren Redlich (Libertarian), and Jimmy McMillan (Rent Is Too Damn High).

This is just one of a several debates WXXI will bring its audience. In fact, WXXI will be producing the only New York State Legislature debates in Rochester this political season.In addition to the debates, WXXI also continues its Candidate Free Airtime, which gives political candidates the opportunity to record and deliver their messages directly to voters, free of charge. Messages from participating candidates will begin airing on Monday, October 25 on AM 1370 during Morning Edition (6 a.m. to 10 a.m.) and run through Monday, November 1. The 2-minute messages, recorded at WXXI’s studios, are also posted online at WXXI.org/election/cfat (beginning October 25).

Information about the debates, news stories on candidates, an election guide, and more can be found at WXXI.org/election.

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Debate

Politicians always mention benefits for the 'Middle Class'.
What are the benefits for the 'WORKING POOR' when electing a particular canidate? The Working Poor are those of us who earn less than $25,ooo.oo/yr, don't receive any type of public assistance while still maintaining a family of 4 or more? We face rising prices and salaries that aren't enough.

Why is it that lending agencies and other so-called help institutions always want to apply 'Gross Income' when you apply for help? We only bring home the 'NET Income' & can only rely on the net income to live off or repay any monies borrowed. That has always seemed just plain stupid.
It's a practice that seems to make sure that the rich get richer & the poor stand still or get poorer.

Warren Redlich: A realistic candidate for NY Governor

I don't have any kids, so I can't say I know how hard it is to be in your situation, but I can only imagine as I had a very difficult time making house payments for nearly a year while I was unemployed between Aug '09 and Aug '10.

Nonetheless, you and I and others who are frustrated with the difficulties of getting by with salaries that aren't enough... keep an open mind about the non-politician Warren Redlich (Libertarian) in the NY gubernatorial debates this evening.

Warren's thesis is to cut government spending. To simplify what this means is: less spending = less taxes = more money in your pocket!

You can also check out Warren Redlich by visiting http://wredlich.com/ny/ or his facebook group http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=211524788883

Check him out. He proposes a REAL plan that makes sense. Warren Redlich represents the kind of change we we've all been hoping for, but have yet to see.

If you like him, be sure to spread the word about him, as the media is bought by the main two parties, so in order for Warren to win, people need to know about him by hearing about him from people like you and I.