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WESTCHESTER, NY — Political Analyst Robert Kesten delves into political deflections from facts espoused that become nothing but falsehoods that immerse everyone into political disarray. What informs engaged minds, potential voters, to lean toward one candidate over another? Is it attitude, gender, religion, ethnicity, or something else? Is there validity to every perspective? Can each perspective intersect with another? Does bias, bigotry, financial capacity, or another factor direct us to one outcome over the other? Are we simply diverse because our lives have been unique and empathy and compassion does not cause the divisions to subside? Can a nation as diverse as America ever find consensus? If so, what is the catalyst that will bring us together? Is it war? Strife? Death? Or elusive love? This segment from 10-10:30am.
Mount Vernon Mayoral Candidate Former Commissioner Clyde Isley discusses the most pressing issues that challenge the City of Mount Vernon’s capacity? What is the “simple solution” that moves the political landscape forward that can bring about unison of purpose? Is an ingredient missing from the political landscape? If so, what is it? How does Mount Vernon move beyond the stasis in is presently mired? Will the voter decide? Are voters engaged? Is voter turnout expected to be high? Are potential voters frustrated with the past and cannot visualize a rich future for the city and themselves? If that is the reality, what steps must Mount Vernon take to bring about a vision worthy of their time and effort? This segment from 10:30-11am.
Thereafter, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris speaks to hyperlocal, state, national, and international concerns with commensurate analysis from 11am-12Noon.