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The Gubernatorial Candidates and the Issues, Part 2: Upstate Economy

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One of the major issues in the 2002 New York Governors race has been the stagnant upstate economy and what the candidates can do to improve it. Challengers, Democratic Carl McCall and Independence party's Tom Golisano, have blamed incumbent Governor George Pataki for the state's economic problems. Pataki defends his record. Karen DeWitt reports.

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Karen DeWitt
NYS Capitol Correspondent

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