September 10, 2010
District Leader races: Lopez issue gets more play in Voice than Brooklyn Paper; an Orwellian mailing in the 52nd; a debate tonight in the 57th
Atlantic Yards Report
Norman Oder takes a well-worth-reading look at a number of contested races in Tuesday's primary a job the Brooklyn Paper fails to tackle.
There a primary election Tuesday, with some hard-fought races, especially on the District Leader level.
So what does the Brooklyn Paper put on the quite-diverse front page of its new issue? Tabloid stuff, mostly, stories to get people talking but not that address that boring but important issue of power.
So, along with some news, we get a report on the Brooklyn Cyclones (hm, the Cyclones page inside is sponsored by stadium sponsor MCU, which means there's another article), an article about kickball (!), and a story plus major graphics about an all-insect dinner.
The editorial page? No endorsements, but a safe enough stand for religious tolerance.
There's a full page ad about using the new voting machines. On page 12, there's an Election Guide that takes up about one-third of a page, with brief descriptions of contested legislative races.
(It's the first mention, as far as I can tell, of the 18th District Senate primary between incumbent Velmanette Montgomery and challenger Mark Pollard; I'll have more on that race Monday.)
Posted by eric at September 10, 2010 8:16 AM