Conservative Party Chairman Gerard Kassar spoke with City & State about his party’s stance on the Campaign Finance Reform Commission.
Conservative Chairman Gerard Kassar on the state’s new ballot requirements.
Metro Rail on Main Street in downtown Buffalo, NY.
State lawmakers want more funding for roads and bridges in the next capital plan.
Allison Fine
The former NARAL Pro-Choice America Foundation board chairwoman talks health care, data privacy and closing the tech knowledge deficit among lawmakers.
Rep. Elise Stefanik.
The upstate congresswoman is fighting to elect more Republican women. The only thing in her way is the Republican Party.
Cameron Koffman.
The 22-year-old running against Assemblyman Dan Quart has liabilities and little chance, but could still come out ahead.
Rep. Peter King.
The lion of Long Island won’t be running for reelection. Here’s why.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio appoints General Loree Sutton to be Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office of Veterans Affairs in 2014.
The commissioner-turned-candidate says she’ll shake things up with bipartisanship, listening.
A 5G tower.
Chief Tech Officer John Paul Farmer and DoITT’s Michael Pastor refute criticisms the city is moving too slowly.
Tech industry
The state technology chairs weigh in on gig workers rights, data privacy and the tech information gap in government.
A broken telephone pole leans dangerously close to a house just outside of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Two years after Hurricane Maria, the state remains engaged in recovery efforts.