According to the Sean Coffey campaign, the attorney general candidate was endorsed today by Al Smith IV, the great-grandson of the former governor of New York.
And Smith seemed to display a little bit of his great-grandfather’s charm, introducing Coffey before an audience of his supporters at a midtown Manhattan restaurant, “Before I came here tonight, I looked up the words “rice” and “coffee” in the dictionary. Rice is a bland staple, so if you want more of the same, vote for Rice. But Coffey, it says, gives you a jolt of energy. So if you want New York to have a jolt of energy, vote for Coffey. I think the choice is clear. Wake up, New York. It’s time for Coffey.”
Not bad, not bad Mr. Smith.
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