The Diocese of Brooklyn created and sent a questionnaire to New York City mayoral candidates who appeared in the televised debates to be printed in The Tablet. Their responses are presented here. Democratic candidates Shaun Donovan, Dianne Morales, and Scott Stringer and Republican candidate Curtis Sliwa, did not respond to the questionnaire.
Two longtime conservative voices in New York City tore into each other on March 31, in a raucous two-hour debate over who should be the Republican Party’s nominee in this year’s election for mayor.
Retired NYPD officer Bill Pepitone, a Brooklyn native, is a registered Republican campaigning for mayor, but he won’t be the GOP’s nominee. Instead, Pepitone has won the nomination of the Conservative Party of New York State.