There's more than one election rematch in Syracuse this fall. Democrat Al Stirpe is trying to recapture the State Assembly seat he lost to Republican Don Miller in 2010. Miller, a staunch conservative, won an upset victory over Stirpe despite being outspent by a large margin. In this edition of the Campbell Conversations, Al Stirpe explains why he thinks being an effective legislator requires more compromise and nuance than he sees in Miller, and defends the criticisms he has made about Miller's constituency service. He also discusses the state's role in economic development and education, the issue of hydrofracking, and the financial challenges facing Syracuse.