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Congress 2022

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  • The Ruthless Midterm: New York Democrats Made Key Mistakes in the 2022 Elections But Still Barely Lost House Seats

    Gov. Hochul, Reps. Maloney & Ryan (photo: Darren McGee/Governor's Office)


    Forecasters like the Cook Political Report and FiveThirtyEight predicted the Republican Party would win the House of Representatives in the midterm election, but it was a surprise the GOP only eked out a tiny 222-213 margin, a mirror image of the Democrats’ current majority.

    It was especially galling for New Yorkers to lose four Democratic seats right here. There’s already copious commentary about the midterms, so my focus here is the

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  • Max Politics Podcast: Rep.-Elect Dan Goldman on Priorities for Entering Congress

    Congressman-elect Dan Goldman (photo: Goldman campaign)


    December 21, 2022 - Max Politics Podcast: Rep.-Elect Dan Goldman on Priorities for Entering Congress

    Congressman-elect Dan Goldman (D, NY-10) joined the show to discuss his transition period and priorities for his first term in Congress as he prepares to join the House of Representatives in January, becoming part of the narrow Democratic House minority under Leader Hakeem Jeffries of Brooklyn. Goldman will represent the new 10th congressional district of New York, including Lower Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn.

    Listen

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  • There's a Lot of Finger-Pointing Around New York Redistricting; What Actually Happened?

    Governor Cuomo and legislative leaders, 2013 (photo: Governor's Office)


    Democrats in New York are stinging from a rough 2022 election showing in which they lost several congressional seats to Republicans, potentially costing the party control of the U.S. House of Representatives. As they assign blame, many have pointed to a tumultuous redistricting precipitated by a broken state process, state legislative leaders who overreached in trying to draw overly partisan lines, a Court of Appeals that ruled in favor of Republicans, and former Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo, whose

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  • Max Politics Podcast: A Winning Formula for Democrats in Tough New York Races

    Rep. Pat Ryan with Gov. Hochul (photo: Ryan Campaign)


    November 13, 2022 - Max Politics Podcast: A Winning Formula for Democrats in Tough New York Races

    Chris Walsh, campaign manager for Pat Ryan's two Hudson Valley congressional wins this year and Brad Lander's 2021 NYC Comptroller win, joined the show to discuss how campaigns work, how to win tough races, Democratic messaging, the specifics of Ryan's wins, and more.

    Listen to the conversation and let us know what you think, on Twitter @TweetBenMax. You can listen to the show through

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  • Max Politics Podcast: Mike Lawler on His Campaign to Flip NY-17, Unseat DCCC Chair

    Assemblymember Mike Lawler (photo: campaign of Mike Lawler)


    October 11, 2022 - Max Politics Podcast: Mike Lawler on His Campaign to Flip NY-17, Unseat DCCC Chair Sean Patrick Maloney

    Republican Mike Lawler joined the show to discuss his campaign for Congress in the new NY-17, a Hudson Valley district where he is seeking to not only flip a seat blue to red but unseat Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chair.

    Listen to the conversation and let us know what you think, on Twitter ...

  • Races to Watch in New York’s 2022 General Election

    A look at the voting ahead (photo: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office)


    Election Day 2022 is less than two months away and there’s much at stake in New York, both at the state and national levels. After a messy redistricting process led to a bifurcated primary, the general election is well underway for statewide, state legislative, and congressional seats.

    At the top of the ballot are the races for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, and Comptroller, as well as one U.S. Senate seat (currently held by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, who is seeking reelection).

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  • Several Significant Wins and One Big Loss for Working Families Party in Latest New York Primaries

    The Working Families Party in Queens (photo: @NYWFP)


    The results of the August party primary elections for the U.S. House of Representatives and State Senate were bittersweet for the New York Working Families Party, the progressive third party that seeks to push Democrats to the left. The WFP is one of the most prominent actors in the intra-party battle Democrats continue to wage in New York and beyond.

    Several WFP-backed Democratic incumbents who faced competitive challenges emerged victorious in their primary races. Other endorsed candidates won primaries for open seats, likely adding to the ranks

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  • A Closer Look at Voter Turnout in New York's August 2022 Primaries

    Voters at the polls (photo: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office)


    The August primary election for congressional and State Senate races in New York saw significantly low voter turnout, barely topping single digits in many districts across the state. It was the predictable outcome of an unprecedented election that resulted from a tumultuous redistricting process that unfolded this year, all adding to New York’s voter turnout crisis. Despite many competitive races, several of which were narrowly decided, New Yorkers again showed little enthusiasm to cast their ballots.

    The party primaries,

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  • Max Politics Podcast: Mara Gay on the 2022 Congressional Primaries and New York Times Editorial Board Endorsements

    At the polls (photo: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office)


    August 25, 2022 - Max Politics Podcast: 2022 Congressional Primaries and The New York Times Editorial Board, with Mara Gay

    Mara Gay of The New York Times Editorial Board joined the show to discuss the outcomes of the 2022 New York congressional primaries and the Board's endorsements -- Rep. Jerry Nadler in NY-12; Daniel Goldman in NY-10; and Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney in NY-17, all victorious -- as well as related themes.

    Listen to the conversation and let us know what you think, on Twitter ...

  • Results Roundup: 2022 U.S. House and State Senate Primary Elections

    (l-r) Jerry Nadler, Dan Goldman, Kristen Gonzalez (top) 
    Gustavo Rivera, Robert Jackson, Andrew Gounardes


    New York’s second primary election of the year has concluded, determining the general election nominees for the House of Representatives and State Senate. There were several competitive races, mostly among Democrats, across the city and state and while winners have been declared in most of them, a few are too close to call and could be decided in the coming days once thousands of absentee ballots are tallied.

    This was the first-ever primary held in August, a result of a chaotic redistricting process

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  • 7 Things to Watch on New York Primary Day #2 of 2022

    (photo: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office)


    New Yorkers will head to the polls on Tuesday to vote in primaries for Congress and State Senate, the second primary election this year following an earlier June primary for statewide and state assembly races. 

    The two separate primaries were a result of a messy redistricting process that unfolded this year, with new district lines drawn based on the 2020 Census count. With the new maps in place, there are several competitive races across the city and state,

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  • Contentious NY-12 Primary to Conclude, with Nadler's and Maloney's Careers on the Line

    (l-r) Jerry Nadler, Carolyn Maloney, Suraj Patel


    Once allies in Congress, Representatives Jerry Nadler and Carolyn Maloney have become fierce competitors as they both run in the new 12th Congressional District of New York in this month’s Democratic primary. The two long-time House members were each first elected to Congress in 1992, but a chaotic redistricting process led to both their bases being drawn into the same new district, which includes much of both the East Side and West Side of Manhattan from about 18th Street to the north end of Central

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  • WATCH: Previewing August Primary Day in New York

    Getting out to vote (photo: Michael Appleton/Mayor's Office)


    New York's August party primary elections for seats in the State Senate and U.S. House of Representatives is fast-approaching, with primary day Tuesday, August 23. There are several high-profile races, including the highly-competitive Democratic primaries in the new 10th and 12th congressional districts. There are other congressional races and many competitive State Senate primaries.

    Dr. Christina Greer, political science professor at Fordham University and co-host of FAQ NYC, and Sally Goldenberg, City Hall bureau chief for

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  • Congressional Race in Its Base a Big Test for Working Families Party

    Yuh-Line Niou with WFP volunteers campaigning in BK (photo: @bkswjennie)


    The New York Working Families Party is no stranger to big fights and it is facing one of its most intense campaign battles in this month’s Democratic primary in the new 10th Congressional District of New York. With six prominent candidates and more than a dozen Democrats on the ballot, the Working Families Party’s influence and organizing power is being put to the test as it hopes to propel its endorsee, Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou, to victory.

    The WFP experienced several defeats and few victories in the June

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  • New York Congressional Races to Watch in the August Primary

    (l-r) Jerry Nadler, Carolyn Maloney, Suraj Patel, Yuh-Line Niou, Jo Anne Simon (top)
    Dan Goldman, Carlina Rivera, Elizabeth Holtzman, Mondaire Jones


    Early voting for the August 23 party primary elections begins on Saturday, August 13, with competitive races in many of New York’s now-26 districts in the U.S. House of Representatives. After a chaotic redistricting process that significantly changed the state’s political map, these congressional races are unfolding ahead of the general election that will determine which major party controls the House and Senate. Democrats currently

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  • ‘I’m Not a Sidelines Person’: Elizabeth Holtzman Runs for Congress in the New NY-10

    Elizabeth Holtzman (photo: Liz Holtzman for Congress)


    Former Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman, the first and only woman ever elected Brooklyn District Attorney and New York City Comptroller, has ended her decades-long hiatus from political campaigns torun for Congress in the crowded field for the new 10th district.

    “I said to myself, ‘I'm not a

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  • ‘Do in Congress What I Did in Albany’: Yuh-Line Niou Runs for Congress in the New NY-10

    Yuh-Line Niou, center, with campaign volunteers (photo: @teamniouyork)


    Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou, who has represented the 65nd Assembly District in Lower Manhattan since 2017, is running for Congress in the new 10th Congressional District of New York.

    Niou, a favorite of many in the progressive left, is part of a crowded race of roughly a dozen Democratic candidates hoping to win the new congressional seat, which spans a set of diverse neighborhoods in Lower Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn. Rep. Jerry Nadler, who represents the current

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  • Max Politics Podcast: Rep. Carolyn Maloney on Her Campaign for Congress in the New NY-12

    Rep. Carolyn Maloney joins other top elected officials to outline plans for protecting abortion rights (photo: Don Pollard/Governor’s Office)


    August 8, 2022 - Max Politics Podcast: Rep. Carolyn Maloney on Her Campaign for Congress in the New NY-12

    Rep. Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat representing the current 12th Congressional District of New York, joined the show to discuss her campaign in the August primary for the new 12th Congressional District, a race that also includes Rep. Jerry Nadler and attorney Suraj Patel.

    Listen to the conversation and let us know

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  • Transcript: Elizabeth Holtzman NY-10 Max Politics Interview

    Elizabeth Holtzman (photo: Holtzman campaign)


    Max Politics Podcast: Elizabeth Holtzman Runs for Congress in the New NY-10

    Recorded July 26, 2022

    Listen to the audio here, or at Max Politics wherever you get podcasts.

    Democratic primary day: August 23, 2022

    Transcript: Dan Goldman NY-10 Max Politics Interview

    Dan Goldman (photo: @dangoldmanforny)


    Max Politics Podcast: Dan Goldman Runs for Congress in the New NY-10

    Recorded July 8, 2022

    Listen to the audio here, or at Max Politics wherever you get podcasts.

    Democratic primary day: August 23, 2022

    District: Lower Manhattan & parts of Brooklyn

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  • Absentee Ballot Programs Could Be 'Single Most Important Factor' in High-Profile NY-10 and NY-12 Congressional Races

    Voters on the move (photo: Edwin J. Torres/Mayoral Photo Office)


    There are less than three weeks until primary day, August 23, and the deadline for voters to request an absentee ballot is Monday, August 8. In New York’s 10th and 12th congressional districts, where there are heated Democratic primary contests underway, absentee ballots may play a particularly significant role under the peculiar circumstances of the election.

    “Absentee ballot organizing is likely to be the single most important factor in determining the winner of these races,” Neal Kwatra, founder of Metropolitan Public

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  • Transcript: Carlina Rivera NY-10 Max Politics Interview

    Carlina Rivera (photo: John McCarten/City Council)


    Max Politics Podcast: Carlina Rivera Runs for Congress in the New NY-10

    Recorded June 1, 2022

    Listen to the audio here, or at Max Politics wherever you get podcasts.

    Democratic primary day: August 23, 2022

    District: Lower Manhattan & parts of Brooklyn (...

  • Transcript: Yuh-Line Niou NY-10 Max Politics Interview

    Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou (photo: Wikimedia Commons)


    Max Politics Podcast: Yuh-Line Niou Runs for Congress in the New NY-10

    Recorded July 19, 2022

    Listen to the audio here, or at Max Politics wherever you get podcasts.

    Democratic primary day: August 23, 2022

    District: Lower Manhattan & parts of Brooklyn (...

  • Transcript: Jo Anne Simon NY-10 Max Politics Interview

    Jo Anne Simon at an abortion rights rally


    Max Politics Podcast: Jo Anne Simon Runs for Congress in the New NY-10

    Recorded July 12, 2022

    Listen to the audio here, or at Max Politics wherever you get podcasts.

    Democratic primary day: August 23, 2022

    District: Lower Manhattan & parts of Brooklyn (...

  • Max Politics Podcast: Suraj Patel on Running for Congress in the New NY-12

    Suraj Patel (photo: Patel campaign)


    July 27, 2022 - Max Politics Podcast: Suraj Patel on Running for Congress in the New NY-12

    Suraj Patel, a Democratic candidate in New York's new 12th Congressional District, joined the show to discuss his race against Reps. Jerry Nadler and Carolyn Maloney and the arguments he's making for why Manhattan voters should
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