Kathy Hochul

Tiffany Cabán speaks during a Queens District Attorney candidates forum at St. John's University.
The New York Times editorial board endorsed insurgent newcomer Tiffany Cabán for Queens DA. But what does their stamp of approval really do for a candidate?
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Ritchie Torres and Aaron Carr called for an investigation into a report by AP that suggested Jared Kushner's family real estate company routinely filed false paperwork declaring it had zero rent-regulated tenants in March, 2018.
New York City and state politics have a bumper crop of young leaders of color.
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Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Hochul speaking during Governor Andrew Cuomo's inauguration for his third term.
The lieutenant governor on upstate economic development and women’s rights in the workplace.
Personality
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Jumaane Williams during the second televised public advocate debate
Why an array of criticisms being thrown at the public advocate candidate may not spook progressive voters.
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The Brooklyn councilman is out with his first TV ad of the special election.
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two different versions of Andrew Cuomo's face in opposite directions
How elected officials ‘evolved’ on pot, guns, immigrants, LGBT rights and homelessness.
Policy
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Jumaane Williams
Five candidates, including a Williams staffer, want to succeed the public advocate candidate.
News & Politics
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Andrew Cuomo 2018 general election
The Democratic favorites won the races for governor, attorney general, comptroller and U.S. Senate.
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Gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon delivers her concession speech at the Working Families Party primary night party in New York City.
A few small decisions could’ve impacted the state’s biggest races.
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New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams
A Q&A with the former lieutenant governor candidate who joins a crowded field vying for Letitia James' still-occupied seat.
Personality
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