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So-called Working Families Party locks the most progressive candidate out of NYC Mayor debate

Ever since Working Families Party sold the pro-war candidates of Clinton and Spitzer as a vote for peace in 2006, I expect nothing from them.  And have not been disappointed.

from the Village Voice

Last night three candidates for Mayor of New York — Michael Bloomberg, councilmember Tony Avella, and comptroller Bill Thompson — attended the Working Families Party Mayoral Forum at the Hotel Trades Council on West 44th Street. (We should mention that Green Party candidate Reverend Billy wanted to be at the forum, but was excluded; “The Working Families Party have sent a cynical signal,” his office tells us. “New York is not a corporation. New York is a city. A city in a democracy. Let’s debate like it is.”)

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  1. […] Richard Aborn, who was running for Manhattan DA.  Aborn already had the Working Families line.  Working Families represents itself as the progressive party in NY, and Aborn was being represented as the progressive candidate for Manhattan DA.  Aborn was also in […]

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