In the first part of the show, we chat with NPR's David Greene and Robert Smith. They're coming to Rochester Tuesday night for an event in conjunction with WXXI called NPR Presents Family Matters: Your Financial Lifetime. The event's purpose is to move the conversation beyond just talk for audiences at different phases in their economic journey.
Then we're joined by Timothy Wu, candidate for Lt. Governor in Tuesday's Democratic primary. He's campaigning with Zephyr Teachout, who is challenging Governor Andrew Cuomo. Wu will talk about his views on what the Lt. Governor of New York state should be; if he happens to win and Teachout loses, Wu could end up serving as a kind of ombudsman in the Cuomo administration.