Gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon delivers her concession speech at the Working Families Party primary night party in New York City.
The Working Families Party needs to get 50,000 votes for governor to keep its ballot line.
Philipsburg Manor in Sleepy Hollow
10 up-and-coming leaders from the county.
People fill out ballots during primary election voting in New York City on Sept. 13.
The embarrassing spectacle of regular voters bounced from the rolls has to stop.
The Tarrytown Light
The most influential people in Cuomo's backyard.
State Sen. Jeff Klein, then the leader of the IDC, in March 2016.
A requiem for the Bronx state senator’s political career.
Sean Patrick Maloney, with his family, concedes the New York Democratic AG primary to Letitia James.
James, Teachout got more bang for the buck in campaign spending.


Close-up of Donald Trump's mouth
How New Yorkers hijacked the Republican Party.
The embarrassing spectacle of regular voters bounced from the rolls has to stop.
The federal government should follow NYC’s lead on immigration.
When labor's views are missing, the stereotypes do the talking.


Cynthia Nixon and Andrew Cuomo
Tracking the Democratic gubernatorial, lieutenant governor and attorney general races.
In the Trump era, foibles are forgivable – and her positions on the issues mattered more.
It’s a big field. Here are the contenders – and the pretenders.
A timeline of all the election cycles the former mayor considered running for president.


A freight train in motion
A cross-harbor freight tunnel is essential to New York City’s continued existence, Rep. Jerrold Nadler says.
The Freight NYC plan will ease traffic and pollution, EDC's Patchett says.
NYC’s transportation commissioner weighs in on the issues.
Six major projects the governor is using to build his record.


Bradley Tusk
The political strategist turned consultant turned venture capitalist on how he’s helped tech startups succeed.
With the IDC out of the way, the state Senate may finally be hers.
How many Pat Lynches and Geoff Bermans are there, anyway?
Espinal became the legal guardian of a man with developmental disabilities after his mother died.



The Tarrytown Light
The most influential people in Cuomo's backyard.