Campaigns & Elections

two empty debate podiums
Frontrunners are playing it safe by avoiding debates. It happens more often than you might think.
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Anna Kaplan
The challenger to state Sen. Elaine Phillips has a liberal-leaning district, but faces fear of taxes.
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The U.S. Capitol
Will the GOP maintain their upstate stronghold or will this be a "blue wave" election?
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The New York state Capitol building in Albany.
The races that could determine the balance of power in New York.
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John Liu Tony Avella
The former IDC member may have an even tougher time after his primary loss to John Liu.
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Jimmy McMillan of the Rent is Too Damn High Party.
It’s not just the Working Families Party. Your ballot is likely to include at least one odd-sounding party.
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Keith Wofford
There’s a huge upside, and little downside, to funding the Republican candidate for attorney general.
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New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams questions NYCHA chair Shola Olatoye.
But with most candidates not campaigning, it’s more of a technicality.
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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?
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Crowd of women's suffrage supporters demonstrating in Chicago on October 20, 1916. Woodrow Wilson withheld his support for Votes of Women until 1918.
100 years later, what Cuomo and Molinaro can learn from Al Smith’s victory.
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