Democrats

Lazio Tops Ticket As NY GOP Chooses Candidates

06/03/2010 - 20:00
Assistant Managing Editor

Eager to win back control of Albany, New York’s Republicans engaged in a spirited battle over the top of their party’s ticket Wednesday at their convention in Manhattan, with supporters of Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy, a Democrat, struggling to get him on the ballot.

Although Levy, who had the backing of GOP state chairman Ed Cox, had enough support to get on the ballot had he been a Republican, 28 percent, he failed to muster enough support in a second roll call to allow him on the ballot before switched parties.

Cuomo, Other Democrats Kick Off State Campaigns

05/24/2010 - 20:00

Branding themselves “the new Democrats,” leaders of the state’s largest party kicked off their 2010 campaign Tuesday at the Rye Hilton in Westchester, hoping to move past four years of scandal and turmoil and maintain control of Albany.

Will Double Senate Races Help Gillibrand?

01/20/2010 - 19:00
Staff Writer

This November will mark a rare chance for New Yorkers to vote on both their U.S. senators in the same year, which could be good for the embattled junior Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Harold Ford Jr., a former Tennessee congressman, are both fairly  unknown here.
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