Join Larry Sharpe in the Governor’s House as he discusses the value of a third party in politics.
It’s another week of the Governor’s House with Larry Sharpe. He begins by breaking down the impact you need to campaign, how to fix infrastructure in New York, how to balance issues between New York City and New York State, and fixing the education system in New York.
He begins with a take on New York State’s reliance on the concept of punishment, He talks about the importance of impact in campaigning, the dichotomy of Democrats vs. Republicans, and the anti-corruption commission set up by Governor Cuomo.
Larry on his demeanor in helping people avoid unnecessary punishments: “I want to give people the opportunity to get their lives together.”
He talks about the problem with Gerrymandering, how third parties such as the Libertarian Party can restore voter hopelessness, how he will fix infrastructure, particularly roads upstate and who should be responsible for fixing them.
Larry then breaks down the voting population of New York, The Libertarian Party’s relationship with Ron Paul, how the Libertarian Party can continue to grow, how he handles the act of endorsing other politicians, whether some GOP members will endorse him, how he will balance issues in New York State compared to New York City,
Larry breaking down the voting population of New York State: “It’s actually more rural vs. urban than upstate vs. downstate.”
Larry on whether people will endorse him: “People are looking for someone who can create impact. They want to see someone who can create change.”
Larry wraps up the show with a discussion on changing the state’s education from the K-12 system, to the Teachers unions and unions in general, why people should stay in New York despite issues with taxes, his overall goal for New York and how New York can become a financial and technological hub that likens to Silicon Valley.
Larry on making an impact in the Libertarian party compared to trying to be impactful in the Democratic or Republican Parties: “The Libertarian Party is small. You can create an impact in the party.”
Larry on changing the K-12 system: “I am a fan of changing the entire system. Let the county’s decide how they run their schools.”
Larry on how he will handle union tensions: “Why would I want to fight the (teacher’s) union. Why would I want to fight a union?”
Larry: “I want to change the culture of New York. I want a “New” New York. I want New York to become the beacon it was 100 years ago.”
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