Max Rose

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Who's up and who's down this week?
Rep. Max Rose speaks to reports after a town hall meeting in October.
Party line votes could endanger New York incumbents, but it’s a long time until November 2020.
Experience can cut both ways for elected officials seeking higher office.
Portrait of Max Rose by Sean Pressley
With Donald Trump back on the ballot, the Staten Island Democrat will have to win over conservatives to keep his House seat.
Gupta speaks at a Manhattan meetup of The Arena, including then-Congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, in November 2017.
The Silicon Valley capital-funded group supports Democratic candidates – now it wants them to support an agenda.
New Yorkers have relocated for political gain for generations.
Max Rose speaks at his election party in 2018.
The GOP thinks it can knock off Reps. Rose, Maloney, Delgado and Brindisi.
Steven Menendez waves the Gay Pride flag as he waits for the St. Patrick's Day parade to begin in New York, 2016.
Politicians boycotted the borough’s St. Patrick’s Day parade after LGBT group barred again.
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Roger Stone's latest dirty trick made him last week's biggest loser.
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.