Zephyr Teachout

Jumaane Williams Bill de Blasio Melissa Mark-Viverito
It’s a big field. Here are the contenders – and the pretenders.
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A call polling center
Undecideds rarely vote for incumbents
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Sean Patrick Maloney, with his family, concedes the New York Democratic AG primary to Letitia James.
James, Teachout got more bang for the buck in campaign spending.
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New York City Public Advocate Letitia James votes in the race for attorney general.
Experts predicted a tight election. It wasn't even close.
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Cynthia Nixon and Andrew Cuomo
Tracking the Democratic gubernatorial, lieutenant governor and attorney general races.
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Andrew Cuomo voting with a flag behind him
It’s not just Cuomo-Nixon, Hochul-Williams, the AG free-for-all and the ex-IDC challenges.
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Zephyr Teachout at the West Indian Day Parade.
The attorney general candidate isn’t betting on Cynthia Nixon.
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Andrew Cuomo celebrates his 2010 victory alongside his parents, former Gov. Mario Cuomo and Matilda Cuomo.
James and Cuomo won’t be together, unlike Teachout and Nixon.
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Voters wait in line to cast their ballot during the 2016 election at PS 8 in Brooklyn.
Maloney, Eve call for tougher action after NYC Board of Elections’ 2016 fiasco.
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RObert Jackson
Some candidates fizzle out after multiple failed bids. But for others, persistence pays off.
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