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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.
Modern glass skyscrapers apartment buildings in Chelsea, Manhattan
REBNY and the Durst Organization have donated to multiple candidates.
Leecia Eve
The daughter of longtime Assemblyman Arthur Eve considers herself the most independent candidate.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries speaks at a press conference of New York City's congressional delegation in support of Letitia James for attorney general on Wednesday.
NYC's whole congressional delegation gets behind James – with one exception.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney holds a running town hall in Brooklyn.
Sweating and swearing, he’s set out to prove how tough he is.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney
The AG candidate says a bell rings every time Tish James gets an endorsement.
2010 New York State gubernatorial debate
Nixon and Teachout want debates. Frontrunners have little incentive.
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.
Gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon and lieutenant governor candidate and New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams hold a rally in Union Square last month.
Cuomo raised the most, and Teachout has an impressive number of contributors.