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Mike Bloomberg on Government Reform

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All presidential candidates should declare an issues matrix

Mayor Bloomberg is using his campaign promise record as an excuse to talk about presidential politics, saying yesterday that the press must hold presidential candidates accountable and force them to explain their solutions to tough issues.

By the mayors count, his administration is fulfilling 96% of the 100 promises made during the 2005 campaign. More than 91% of the 482 promises made during the 2005 and 2001 campaigns are completed or are being implemented, he said.

Im not running for president, but I do think that every presidential candidate should put out a list of every single one of the key issues, Bloomberg said. If some of them miss some of them, go and get them to fill those in and create a matrix. This is what Id do.

Source: Grace Rauh, New York Sun May 8, 2007

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