Eric Schneiderman

Zephyr Teachout at the West Indian Day Parade.
The attorney general candidate isn’t betting on Cynthia Nixon.
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Voters wait in line to cast their ballot during the 2016 election at PS 8 in Brooklyn.
Maloney, Eve call for tougher action after NYC Board of Elections’ 2016 fiasco.
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New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
The governor has moved to the left, but his right-leaning backers don’t seem to mind.
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New York City Public Advocate and state Attorney General candidate Letitia James speaks at Gov. Andrew Cuomo's announcement of locations, expanded services and partnerships for Vital Brooklyn's $210 Million, 32-Site Ambulatory Care Network.
She’s received more than $100,000 from the sector.
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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney
The AG candidate says a bell rings every time Tish James gets an endorsement.
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Radio with money coming out
How public is New York Public Radio?
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, left, endorses Zephyr Teachout for attorney general in lower Manhattan on July 12.
James is still the favorite, but recent events have shaken up the attorney general’s race.
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Donald Trump, flanked by sons Eric (right) and Donald Jr. (left) during a campaign stop in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2016.
And if federal officials don’t pursue charges, state and city prosecutors could.
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President Donald Trump during at a press conference in the East Room of the White House.
The New York AG’s office filed suit against the Trump Foundation for allegedly funneling money to the president’s 2016 campaign.
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Donald Trump waves to journalists as he walks across the South Lawn.
Local prosecutors have jurisdiction over many of the president’s activities.
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