New York is getting grayer: The population over age 60 has grown faster than the general population in the past decade. So even if more mature New Yorkers weren't also the most reliable voters, they'd be an important constituency–one most of us will join.
The Council of Senior Centers and Services quizzed citywide candidates and borough president wannabes on their positions across a number of issues affecting seniors. Oddly, not every candidate weighed in. But you can see who did here.