New York primary http://wrvo.org en Mayoral candidate Pat Hogan talks about equal rights http://wrvo.org/post/mayoral-candidate-pat-hogan-talks-about-equal-rights <p></p><p>Syracuse Common Councilor Pat Hogan has unveiled an equal rights plan as part of his campaign for mayor and criticized the city’s handling of police use of force on a bus patron in the spring.</p><p>Hogan is challenging fellow Democrat Mayor Stephanie Miner in a primary next month.</p><p>The councilor, from the Tipp Hill neighborhood, says he’s deeply troubled by the case of Brad Hulett. Hulett, who has a disability, was hit by a taser by city police officers in May while on a public bus after he refused to sit down.</p> Tue, 13 Aug 2013 09:34:00 +0000 Ryan Delaney 42518 at http://wrvo.org Mayoral candidate Pat Hogan talks about equal rights Romney rolls in New York, despite low voter turnout http://wrvo.org/post/romney-rolls-new-york-despite-low-voter-turnout <p>Mitt Romney won New York&rsquo;s presidential primary Tuesday without much difficulty. Romney won 62.4% of the vote statewide. Ron Paul finished second, picking up 15.7%. Newt Gingrich finished third, with 12.9% and Rick Santorum picked up 9% of the vote, despite dropping out of the race earlier this month.</p><p> Wed, 25 Apr 2012 13:21:24 +0000 Jason Smith 18180 at http://wrvo.org Romney rolls in New York, despite low voter turnout