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Nov
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TV Interview with Filmmaker Raul Barcelona

This interview aired on Election Day (Nov. 3rd, 2009)

Oct
31st
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30th
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Oct
29th
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A Candid Street Interview With A Fan of The Film

Here’s a street interview I did with blogger/activist Suzannah B. Troy who’s a big fan of the film:

Oct
28th
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27th
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Oct
16th
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Oct
14th
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Oct
2nd
Fri
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Term Limits Revisited One Year Later

On the occasion of the anniversary of Michael Bloomberg’s announcement that he would ask the City Council to change the law so he could seek a third term, Bill Thompson’s campaign released this video revisiting this disgraceful chapter in American democracy and Bloomberg’s circumvention of the people’s will.

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Get Your “Monty Burns For Mayor” Paraphernalia

The guys behind the Monty Burns For Mayor will be in Union Square tomorrow, Saturday, handing out POSTERS, BUTTONS, and STICKERS from 1-7pm.

This is your chance to get some good 2009 election memorabilia!

"We’re trying to poke fun at

an election that is already a joke.”

-Kenny Komer, 2009 Monty Burns For Mayor campaign

READ ABOUT IT HERE

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Oct
1st
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Sep
24th
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Bloomberg Biographer Answers Questions About The Man

Joyce Purnick, New York Times columnist and author of the recently published Mike Bloomberg: Money, Power, Politics, is answering questions from readers about the Man.

You can still send in your questions at the link to the article.

READ THE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS SO FAR HERE

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Sep
23rd
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Third Party Candidates Speak Up

You wouldn’t know it by reading the papers and watching the news on TV, but, in fact, Michael Bloomberg and Bill Thompson are only two of the eight choices voters have in the mayoral race for mayor. As seen in The Promise of New York, New York City elections are never short of mayoral candidates from all walks of life.

The following candidates collected the required 7,500 signatures and their names, along with Bloomberg’s and Thompson’s, will also be on the general ballot on November 3rd:

-Stephen Christopher, Conservative Party
-Joseph Dobrian, Libertarian Party
-Dan Fein, Socialist Workers’ Party
-Jimmy McMillan, Rent Is Too Damn High Party
-Reverend Billy Talen, Green Party
-Frances Villar, Party for Socialism and Liberation

In a recent article on New York Magazine’s Daily Intel, these candidates spoke up about where they stand.

READ THE ARTICLE HERE