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With the general election one week away, Larry encourages people to exercise their right to vote so that they can get the government they deserve. He discusses why registered Democrats and Republicans should vote him in for Governor. Also, a debate is scheduled for Thursday night in Albany and Larry hopes this will give his campaign momentum going into Tuesday night. Plus, supporting new ways to improve the lives of New Yorkers, and more ideas to help small businesses.
Larry takes calls from listeners. He refutes ideas that voting Libertarian is a wasted vote, the fact his goal is to reach 50,000 votes on Tuesday, and a potential run for President in 2020. Larry also reiterates that the only chance of getting Cuomo out of office is to vote for him since he has the best chance of defeating the Democratic incumbent. Also, is this a great time for third party candidates across the country?
More listeners call in thanking Larry for campaigning throughout the state and for changing the landscape in New York politics. Larry shares a personal story which inspired him to stand up to powerful people without backing down. He also loves how people call him by his first name and not by a title and last name. Plus, if Cuomo gets voted in a third term, will he fix the issues that he promised to fix eight years ago?
One last round with Larry before the election. Larry tells another personal story about how he got on the Keto diet, lost weight, and took control of his life. Also, an interesting 2-for-1 idea to help citizens who need financial and emotional help taking care of children and is the debate on birthright citizenship distracting people from the real issues?
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