Republicans

Chris Collins' insider trading
Legal problems haven’t kept some Republicans from winning elections, but Collins may be different.
News & Politics
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Marty Golden
Golden has a long history of getting himself into hot water
Personality
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Gavin McInnes holds a pepsi can in front of an NYPD officer
Manhattan Republicans and state GOP give hate group a pass.
Opinion
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Keith Wofford
There’s a huge upside, and little downside, to funding the Republican candidate for attorney general.
News & Politics
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Marc Molinaro campaigns in Buffalo.
The GOP candidate for governor claims to be a moderate. Did he vote that way in Albany?
News & Politics
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Marc Molinaro
The appealing GOP candidate is strikingly similar to New York’s last Republican governor. But Pataki never had to contend with Trump.
Personality
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Close-up of Donald Trump's mouth
How New Yorkers hijacked the Republican Party.
Opinion
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Elliott Broidy with Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the Chairman's Global Dinner in Washington D.C. in January of 2017.
The Republican fundraiser pleaded guilty nine years ago to rewarding official misconduct.
Policy
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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.
News & Politics
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Rep. Chris Collins leaving federal court in Manhattan after his arraignment on insider trading charges.
Western New York party leaders will meet Tuesday to decide on their options.
News & Politics
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