For Gillibrand, Seabrook Proposes a Walk in the Bronx

seabrookweb1 For Gillibrand, Seabrook Proposes a Walk in the Bronx City Councilman Larry Seabrook isn’t a fan of Kirsten Gillibrand. At least not yet.

He was walking past me in City Hall just now, and I asked him if he had any thoughts on New York's new senator.

Seabrook stopped and wondered aloud: “How is she going to connect with communities that are basically anti-gun?”

He also asked whether she’d support women and minority-owned businesses.

“Making a few stops isn’t enough," he said. "Let her come in and walk some of these districts. Tell her she can come to mine.”

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