AG debate tonight

With the primary elections quickly approaching -but competing for attention with the new school year and the Jewish holidays- voters may finally start paying attention. For those following the state Attorney General race, tune in tonight to a Democratic candidate debate live on NY1, sponsored by the Network of Bar Leaders and Common Cause, to be held at the Times Center at 6:30.

My mailbox is receiving a daily dose of flyers from various candidates, mostly reinforcing narratives that were crafted months ago and staking out positions that have little to do with the office. Special recognition to any reader who forwards a mailing that discusses how the Attorney General candidate will change how the office administers a very large part of its operation, representing State agencies. I’m betting there won’t be one question about it tonight either.

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