The Staten Island Republican is trying to defend his seat against a ‘blue wave’ in a race with national implications.
While Gov. Cuomo’s progressive shift in rhetoric — whether spurred by Cynthia Nixon or not — is obvious, what happens next is less certain.
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A top Democratic strategist says the map and the mood favor that party’s bid to take over the state Senate. A veteran GOP operative says if his party loses their lone locus of power, it will be time to ‘clean house.’
The candidates clashed on immigration, opioids, the president and their campaign fundraising.
The hosts of Max & Murphy talk to Weekend Edition about the electoral landscape as November 6 approaches.
Sharpe thinks New York State is in a ‘death spiral, that we should stop high school at 10th grade and that anyone with a gun permit should be able to bring their piece into New York City.
Mammas, do let your babies grow up to be comptrollers.
Gounardes has run a fairly progressive race—supporting congestion pricing, LGBTQ rights, reproductive freedom, new investment in parks and reforms like early voting.
Fun fact: Nearly a quarter of the votes in New York’s last race for governor did not go to the Republican or Democratic line.