Some have focused on business or education or housing. Two weeks ago seven of the candidates running for mayor came to the First Corinthian Baptist Church in Harlem for a debate on issues affecting low-income New Yorkers.
The debate was sponsored by the Community Service Society, 32BJ-SEIU, the Center for Popular Democracy, UnitedNY.com and City Limits.
Here's the full video, which you could also watch here:
At a few points in the program the moderator, WNYC's Brian Lehrer, makes reference to a report derived from CSS's annual “unheard third” survey of low- and moderate-income residents. You can read that here.
You also might find this handy: CSS's digital candidate issue guide, which features responses from several candidates to important questions about housing and other topics.