Pirro zeros in on Internet safety as she hits the campaign trail in Scarsdale

State Attorney General candidate Jeanine Pirro hit the campaign trail in Scarsdale Wednesday portraying herself as a tough crime fighter.
Pirro spoke about politics and how she would continue working to protect children. The Junior League of Central Westchester asked Pirro to speak and she told parents and kids alike how to safeguard against Internet predators. She took aim at the Web site, myspace.com, saying how child predators surf the site looking for victims.
The Republican, who lives in Harrison, is facing numerous Democratic challengers for attorney general including front runner Andrew Cuomo, Charlie King of New City and Greenburgh Assemblyman Richard Brodsky. Pirro says she?s the only candidate with 30 years of law enforcement experience who can hit the ground running.
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