Holding a constitutional convention would mean the chance to make major changes to the way New York State operates- whether that's term limits for lawmakers or restrictions on outside income or any of the other reforms long championed by good government advocates. But one group is arguing for adding something even bigger to the potential con-con agenda: dividing upstate from down. Divide NYS argues that upstaters don't have a sufficient voice in the current model of government. John Bergener, chair of the group, explains.