Anthony Brindisi

John Katko (speaking) and Anthony Brindisi (far right).
New York’s potentially vulnerable centrists avoid the special counsel’s long-awaited report.
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Claudia Tenney's avid support for President Donald Trump did not save her from electoral defeat in the 2018 midterms.
The president tried to help his party’s House candidates in Central New York. It didn’t work.
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Max Rose speaks at his election party in 2018.
The GOP thinks it can knock off Reps. Rose, Maloney, Delgado and Brindisi.
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New York State Assemblyman Daniel O'Donnell
Michael Blake picks up new round of elected officials.
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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, right, speaks with New York Rep. Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, as she unveils a comprehensive elections and ethics reform package in early January.
Most New Yorkers will serve on committees corresponding to their districts and interests. Pelosi detractors will not.
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The 5 freshmen reps are already making their mark.
The 5 freshmen reps are already making their mark.
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Voters waited in long lines to cast their vote.
New York is disenfranchising its voters. Democrats need to stop it.
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Pelosi
Despite the state’s progressive reputation, its moderates may oppose the first woman House speaker returning to power.
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Some House Democrats are trying to stop Nancy Pelosi from becoming speaker of the House again.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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Andrew Cuomo
This Thanksgiving, reflect on the political gifts given in the past year.
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