Howie Hawkins reacts to debate

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BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Green Party nominee, Howie Hawkins, made a stop in Binghamton today to speak about criminal justice reform.

During his stop he spoke about Tuesday night’s debate between Governor Andrew Cuomo and Republican Marc Molinaro.

“They excluded those of us who are trying to bring real issues to the forefront and instead they had a debate where again, they did not talk about upstate issues. How are we going to redevelop the economy upstate?” said Hawkins.

Hawkins’ and other third party candidates are hoping for another debate, including everyone, ahead of the November 6th election.

At this time, there are no other gubernatorial debates scheduled.

Annabelle Flaherty

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