While Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino are keeping up a maddening pace criss-crossing the state, the five “other” candidates for governor are mostly taking it easy today and tomorrow.
Warren Redlich, Libertarian Party: No campaign events. “Our campaign has been heavily focused on the internet and we will continue working there,” Redlich said via email.
Charles Barron, Freedom Party: Barron is attending a campaign event at Uniondale Library in Long Island at 7:15 tonight.
Jimmy McMillan, The Rent is Too Damn High Party: 4:30-7:00, campaigning in Times Square at Broadway between 47th and 48th. Spokesperson Caprice Alves said they chose this venue “to give him access and to have him have a forum to be himself, to be with the people that are supporting him.”
Kristin Davis, Anti-Prohibition Party: She will be doing radio interviews for Party FM, Fiesta, 95X in Syracuse and Mayor Jeff Graham’s show on WANT-FM in Watertown. Aside from the interviews, campaign aide Andrew Miller said Davis plans to “hang out and enjoy all the hard work we did.”
Davis is also hosting an election night party at Taj Lounge Tuesday night that her campaign said is open to the public.
Howie Hawkins, The Green Party: Hawkins is in Syracuse and will be campaigning all day, working out of his campaign office.