Republican/Conservative mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis met this morning in Harlem with about 20 ministers from Mobilizing Preachers and Community, or MPAC. (MPAC is a coalition of ministers, but the attendees emphasized today that they were attending individually.) Although she was welcomed and the group was very interested in hearing from her, she had a bumpy time.
The second and final 2017 mayoral debate occurred tonight, among incumbent Democrat Bill de Blasio, Republican Nicole Malliotakis and independent Bo Dietl. We have a photo gallery from the scene outside the debate.
Independent mayoral candidate Bo Dietl is a no, an undecided and a not-yet-ready-to-decide on the three propositions that will appear on Tuesday’s ballot. Ballot proposition #1, whether to hold a state constitutional convention, has been widely discussed, but propositions #2, to allow for reductions or elimination of the pensions of public officers convicted of a felony related to their duties, and #3, to create a 250 acre land bank and to allow creation of bike paths and utility lines in the Adirondacks, have received far less attention. Dietl has previously declared his opposition to proposition #1. We spoke Tuesday night at a candidate forum in Howard Beach. Continue reading Dietl On Ballot Props