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It would make sense for Miller, who remains obscure but has a lot of money in the bank, to be the first one to go up on with television advertising. He’d get some free coverage in the newspapers for it, and maybe make an impression on voters. Hell, it worked for Alan Hevesi.

So it probably shouldn’t have been a total surprise Saturday when I ran into a tight-lipped set of Miller aides outside a subway station in Carroll Gardens, getting ready to film.

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