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The Week Ahead in New York Politics, November 9

Nov 09, 2014

New York City Hall What to watch for this week in New York politics: Many New York government officials and politicos have spent a long post-Election Day weekend in Puerto Rico for


Governor Fusion: Cuomo and His Many Ballot Lines

Nov 06, 2014

Gov. Cuomo & Kathy Hochul celebrate (photo: Chang W. Lee/NYT) Governor Andrew Cuomo started campaign season bending over backwards and twisting himself into knots to secure the support of third parties.


8 Election Day Questions for New York

Nov 04, 2014

The four Democratic candidates for state-wide office (photo: @SchneidermanNY) Election Day is upon us! Eight questions we're eagerly awaiting answers to: 1. Is Governor Cuomo's investment in Buffalo paying off?After losing Western


General Election Results 2014

Nov 04, 2014

Gov. Cuomo greets supporters after voting Tuesday morning (photo: Ángel Franco/NYT) The 2014 election results are in! Well, mostly. In New York, it is a clean sweep in the three statewide


The Cuomo Record: Education

Nov 02, 2014

Gov. Cuomo tours a school (photo: Governor's Office via flickr) The following is part of our series, The Cuomo Record, examining incumbent Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo's first term as he seeks re-election


The Week Ahead in New York Politics, November 2

Nov 02, 2014

New York City Hall What to watch for this week in New York politics: Election Day is Tuesday! Use our Guide for the Last-Minute Voter to prepare! It includes our Gotham Gazette-WNYC


Hawkins Gives Cuomo Credit for Green Support

Oct 31, 2014

Howie Hawkins speaking at this year's gubernatorial debate (photo: AP) Howie Hawkins has one man to thank for giving his campaign a boost: Governor Andrew Cuomo. Hawkins, the Green Party's New York


Guide to the Last Minute Voter: 2014 General Election

Oct 31, 2014

Andrew Cuomo, right, & Rob Astorino (photo: Gary Wiepert/AP) All three major statewide elected positions are held by Democratic incumbents asking New Yorkers to renew their contracts for four more years. Voters