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Yes, John Marchi from Staten Island who was running on
the Republican line for mayor in 1969. Lindsay had been beaten
That's right, he beat Lindsay in the Republican primary, and
he also had the nomination from the Conservative party.
Yes. And I said “So I cannot support Marchi because he's
too conservative. I cannot tell anybody in good conscience
to vote for Lindsay, because he doesn't deserve anybody going out
and speaking for him, but I'm going to vote for him personally
because there are no other choices available.” So that was
carried in the New York Post I didn't say “support,” I said,
“I'm going to vote for him.”
He had the Liberal party nomination and then I guess he
had the independent line.
He had the independent line but he was carried on the
Liberal party line.
What positions, if any, did you take relative to the contendors
for the Democratic nomination that year, which I believe included
Herman Badillo and then Wagner, Sr. got into it rather late again.
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