Video: Breaking Down the Race for Public Advocate
Sixteen people are running in the February 26th special election for the office of public advocate, a post with a staff smaller than an NFL team’s active roster, a budget less than one-fifteenth of one percent of the police department’s and a funky assortment of duties and powers.
Does the race matter? How are voters supposed to decide? City Limits’ Jarrett Murphy joined BRIC-TV’s Brian Vines and host MacKenzie Fegan to discuss the campaign on 112BK last week.
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