Original Air Date: 9/13/2010Welcome back for the season premiere episode of Brooklyn Review: the city?s new voting machines have gone high tech and they?ll make their debut at the upcoming primary election; voters heading to the polls will be making some tough decisions: among them, the selection of a Democratic candidate to fill the position of Attorney General; the 2010 census numbers are rolling in, but the actions of two high ranking census officials have put the count and Bushwick?s political representation in jeopardy; the heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan this past July contributed to the country?s worst flooding in modern history, and some Brooklynites are doing their part to help in the healing; for the next three months, 6 Haitian-Creole-speaking NYPD officers will be helping the Haitian National Police improve its security measures; and on Labor Day, Brooklyn is the ?West Indies North? as millions of revelers line Eastern parkway in awe of the spectacle that is the West Indian American Day Carnival.moreless
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