ALBANY, N.Y. -- With the primary in the race to replace Albany Mayor Jerry Jennings just a few weeks away, the democratic candidates for mayor participated in an open forum.
Kathy Sheehan and Corey Ellis answered questions from members of the community on various issues, including economic development, the city's budget and a possible land bank. Both democrats explained why they are the best choice for voters.
"And when you look at my candidacy for mayor, I've always told people it's not about what we say, it's about what we've done and you should judge the candidate by their record," Ellis said.
Sheehan said, "I look forward to having the opportunity to collaborate to continue this type of leadership that brings people together."
Primary day is September 10.
If you want more from the candidates, you can watch the Albany mayoral Democratic primary debate between Kathy Sheehan and Corey Ellis exclusively right here on YNN. It will take place on The College of Saint Rose campus Tuesday at 7 p.m.