The Reverend Michel Faulkner is heading into the final stretch of his campaign to be New York City’s next Comptroller. For roughly 35 years Michel has worked with the city to approve it. Either running a soup kitchen in late 1980s Time Square and presiding over funerals for gay men in the village when no one else would in the early 90s to give back. Or campaigning tirelessly to bring civility back to the public square with true non-partisan politics.
NYC comptroller hopeful takes aim
Michel Faulkner, the Republican candidate for New York City comptroller, discusses how he would manage the city’s debt, and work toward spending controls and Housing Authority overhaul. Hosted by Paul Burton.