While Gov. Cuomo remains a top recipient, the major parties’ respective State Senate Campaign Committees have pulled in huge hauls since September 13.
‘This is opening up the process in the manner of slashing one’s own wrists.’
With less than a week to go until election 2018, meet the third-party candidates for attorney general and comptroller.
Only a little over a third of the candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot for judicial posts in the five boroughs provided biographical information to the state court system. Can you help us fill out the picture?
With plenty of money in the bank, Keith Wofford is well-equipped to sell voters on his vision for an attorney general who eschews policing corporations in favor of claiming unprecedented power to chase corruption.
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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.’
We spoke to residents of Staten Island—site of one of the fall’s most closely watched Congressional races—about their borough’s most pressing issues and whether they intend to swing blue or red this November.
The hosts of Max & Murphy talk to Weekend Edition about the electoral landscape as November 6 approaches.
Come hear from journalists, analysts, candidates … and get a chance to share your own views of the 2018 elections on air!