This press release was issued June 10, 2010.
Brodsky Invites Other Four Candidates For Attorney General To Take Part In Debates
White Plains – Richard Brodsky sent a letter to his four declared primary opponents today inviting them to a series of open and public debates to take place before the Primary Election on September 14th. The five candidates have not had an opportunity to debate since the field of candidates was set at the State Party Convention. In proposing his plan for debates, Brodsky stated:
“After months of insider politics, it’s time we bring our discussions into our neighborhoods and communities. I know that my opponents and I have differences in our vision for the future. It is only fair that we express those differences in a setting that allows the public and the media to take part. I have always been a firm believer in having the public participate as much as possible in our democratic process. I sincerely hope that my opponents will agree and we can begin the process of setting these debates around the state.”
Brodsky has proposed a series of 13 debates throughout the state, the only logistical requirement being they all be open to the public and the media. Any discussion over format and locations are welcomed by the campaign.