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Three Transpo Debates Coming Up in First Week of September

This November, New York voters will elect the occupants of every seat in the State Senate and Assembly, as well as their next governor, attorney general, and comptroller. For many races in heavily Democratic New York City, the deciding moment will come a lot sooner -- on primary day. That's just two weeks away on Tuesday, September 14.

In the next few days we should get to see the responses to candidate surveys sent out by Transportation Alternatives and the Tri-State Transportation Campaign, which went to everyone running in the five boroughs and the seven other counties served by the MTA.

We've also got three live debates coming up this week and next, starting tomorrow with the contenders for the 10th Senate District in southeast Queens, incumbent Shirley Huntley and challenger Lynn Nunes. The next day, Pedro Espada's opponents in the 33rd District will face off (a debate that Espada has backed out of), and next Thursday, the candidates running to succeed AG hopeful Eric Schneiderman in the 31st District will discuss where they stand on transportation issues.

Here's the full debate schedule from TA, which is organizing the events with local partners:

10th SENATE DISTRICT DEBATE (Richmond Hill)Wednesday, September 1st, 2010, 7:00-9:00pmFairfield Pavilion, 131-10 101st Avenue, Richmond Hill, QueensPartner organization: Richmond Hill EDCModerator: Clare Trapasso (New York Daily News)

33rd SENATE DISTRICT DEBATE (Fordham, Kingsbridge)Thursday, September 2nd, 2010, 7:00-9:00pmFordham Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2430 Walton Ave., The BronxPartner organization: Picture the HomelessModerator: Alex Kratz (Bronx News Network)

31st SENATE DISTRICT DEBATE (Washington Heights, Inwood, West Harlem)Tuesday, September 7th, 2010, 7:00-9:00pmThe Armory Foundation, 216 Fort Washington Ave (between 168th & 169th Streets), ManhattanPartner organizations: WE ACT for Environmental Justice, Upper West Side RenaissanceModerators: Dan Rivoli (West Side Spirit), David King (AssistantProfessor of Urban Planning, Columbia Graduate School of Architecture,Planning and Preservation)

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