Republicans

State Senate Minority Leader John Flanagan.
The Republican leader lost the state Senate. Can he win it back?
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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.
News & Politics
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A voter looks over a sample 2016 New York ballot showing presidential candidates on multiple party lines.
New York’s unusual, controversial cross-endorsement practice is under discussion.
News & Politics
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The Million Dollar staircase in Albanys capitol
A slate of proposed amendments aim to update the state’s antiquated constitution.
News & Politics
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The New York State Senate.
Republican votes are helping Democrats pad their margins – but not on immigration and abortion.
News & Politics
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo addresses the crowd while unveiling his proposed 2019-20 executive budget.
The governor’s wide-ranging budget address left out several legislative priorities.
News & Politics
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Eric Ulrich
City Councilman Eric Ulrich could take advantage of a crowded Democratic field.
News & Politics
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Dead Elephant laying on its side
For now, Republican hopes depend on Democrats screwing up.
News & Politics
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John Flanagan
Losses in last week’s elections have Flanagan and Cox’s rivals angling.
News & Politics
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New York Republican State Committee Chairman Ed Cox, left, raises the hand of GOP comptroller candidate Jonathan Trichter at the New York state Republican Convention earlier this year in Manhattan.
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has been ‘asleep at the switch,’ challenger says.
News & Politics
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