Former Bronx borough president Adolfo Carrion left little doubt about his future politics plans in a brief interview with The Politicker yesterday.
“I’ve still got some game in me,” Mr. Carrion said.
The one-time BP was considered a likely mayoral candidate in 2009, but he ultimately shocked the political world and announced that he was running for comptroller instead. Then, in 2008, Mr. Carrion delivered more surprises when he announced that he would do neither, but instead took a job with the Obama administration to head up the new Office of Urban Affairs. In 2010, he abruptly left that post to become a deputy in the department of Housing and Urban Development.