NYC Columbus Day Parade mixes Italian pride with Westchester politicians

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The 62nd Annual Columbus Day Parade in New York City was a mix of Italian pride and Westchester politicians. A number of candidates running in November marched in the parade, including attorney general hopefuls Jeanine Pirro and Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo got a personal endorsement from U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY), while Pirro marched alongside a number of New York City corrections officers. While Pirro continues to be questioned about wiretapping allegations, the former Westchester district attorney says she thinks voters will look beyond the scandal when it comes time to vote.

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