Schneiderman not concerned with low name recognition
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A story in The New York Times this week noted the unusually low polling Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has had in terms of name recognition with voters.  This is in sharp contrast to his two predecessors, Andrew Cuomo and Eliot Spitzer, who both went on to easily attain the job of governor. 

Our Casey Seiler sat down with the recently re-nominated attorney general for this week's program and asked if if this was a concern with his campaign.  Watch the full interview here.