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Sat March 11, 2006
Capitol Connection #610
Albany, NY – On this week's Capitol Connection, Alan Chartock talks to former U.S. Attorney for Western New York Denise O'Donnell, who's running in the Democratic primary for state attorney general. Alan asks O'Donnell about why her campaign stresses her prosecutorial experience, beating the name recognition value of people like Mark Green and Andrew Cuomo, and the relationship between the attorney general's office and local district attorneys.