In the Last Debate, Murphy Echoes Obama, Tedisco Cites Experience

COLONIE—As the national leaders of the Democratic party embrace him, Scott Murphy, candidate for the Congressional seat formerly held by Kirsten Gillibrand,  is not only invoking President Barack Obama, but making an effort to channel him.
During the last debate—sponsored by radio station WROW and cable outlet Capital News9—before Tuesday’s special election, Murphy made an effort to appear above the fray, echoing Obama’s presidential campaign as he repeatedly said he wants to change “how they do things in Albany and Washington.”
Assembly Minority Leader Jim Tedisco, the Republican candidate, employed a line of attack similar to the one he used in the previous debate:

In the Last Debate, Murphy Echoes Obama, Tedisco Cites Experience