Posted on Thursday, January 31 2008 by Heather Brandon
While the New York Times City Room blog asks if Connecticut is becoming a battleground state (it is), a two-question survey has cropped up, created by CEOs for Cities, asking initially, who will be the best president for cities. The second question asks users to vote for the most pressing urban issue the next president needs to address: global warming, transportation infrastructure, K-12 education, crime, the global economy and competitiveness, or bankruptcies and foreclosures.
Of the remaining presidential candidates, who has the best urban agenda for cities?
Link via CEOs for Cities