Carl’s Clarence Problem

By the usual measures — institutional support (Eliot!), demographics, familiarity, and money, Carl Andrews ought to be the frontrunning in the race to succeed Major Owens.

But Andrews is also, writes Brooklyn reformer and gadfly Maurice Gumbs, the “best and closest friend” of convictd Brooklyn boss Clarence Norman.

How much Brooklynites care could determine the outcome of the race.