The Rev. Michel Faulkner is Riding The Wave
Jarrett Murphy, left, of City Limits, and Ben Max, right, of Gotham Gazette
Max & Murphy with Comptroller candidate Michel Faulkner
Comptroller candidate Michel Faulkner, running on the Republican and several other ballot lines, joined Max & Murphy to discuss his candidacy. Faulkner, a pastor, called himself “a proud Frederick Douglass Republican,” and explained that he is a “small government conservative” who believes in “individual responsibility.” At the same time, he said he is not for dismantling welfare programs, but instead wants to create more opportunity for people to lift themselves out of poverty.
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Former New York Jets defensive lineman Michel Faulkner is a pastor in Harlem, and when it comes to the New York City comptroller race, he’s all fire and brimstone.