Cynthia Nixon

New York State

Cuomo’s 35 questions, answered

Gov. Andrew Cuomo asked 35 questions in The Washington Post. Never one to let burning questions go unanswered, City & State took a stab at Cuomo’s “provocative” questions on “today’s political reality.”

Jumaane Williams

Crowded field already forming for Williams’ council seat

Five candidates, including a Williams staffer, want to succeed the public advocate candidate.

Clyde Parker

Seven state Assembly contests to watch

The lower chamber isn’t up for grabs, but it features plenty of compelling races.

Letitia James

Shooting in Pittsburgh, voting WFP and continued support for Crowley

Shooting in Pittsburgh, voting for Working Families Party and someone's still campaigning for Joe Crowley

Andrew Cuomo

Updated: A guide to Cuomo’s 2018 challengers

Gov. Andrew Cuomo still faces a handful of opponents in his 2018 reelection bid.

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Bill Lipton

The WFP is still challenging Democrats in eight legislative races

The Working Families Party have endorsed candidates who are competing against Democrats, though most are not campaigning.

Andrew Cuomo

Cuomo statements that haven’t held up

A series of recent comments by Gov. Andrew Cuomo have been contradicted by reporting.

Donald Trump

Kavanaugh and Ford speak, Crystal Run scandal, WFP decisions

Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford speak, Crystal Run scandal, and WFP decisions in This Week's Headlines.

Andrew Cuomo

Cuomo's anti-Nixon mailer: A timeline

In a steady drum beat of allegations getting closer and closer to Gov. Andrew Cuomo himself, the New York Post reported late Wednesday night that Cuomo’s top campaign brass were aware of an inflammatory mailer sent by the New York state Democratic Party against Cuomo’s primary challenger, Cynthia Nixon.

Cynthia Nixon

Does Cynthia Nixon’s loss kill the WFP?

Now that Cynthia Nixon has lost the Democratic gubernatorial primary, the Working Families Party must decide what it will do about its ballot line for governor.

Jeff Klein

Jeff Klein, architect of the IDC, deposed at 58

Jeffrey Klein, a state senator in the Democratic Party for nearly 15 years who created the Republican-aligned Independent Democratic Conference, or IDC, was defeated on Thursday in the 34th state Senate District primary in the Bronx. He was 58 years old.

Andrew Cuomo

Cuomo’s winning ticket, ex-IDC losses and the Salazar saga continues

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s winning ticket, ex-IDC members primary losses and the Julia Salazar saga continues.