Kathleen Rice

New York State

New York delegation lands prime House committee assignments

Most New York members of Congress will serve on House committees corresponding to their districts and interests. Pelosi detractors will not.

Nancy Pelosi

Why some New York members of Congress are against Pelosi

Despite the state’s progressive reputation, its moderates may oppose the first woman House Speaker returning to power.

Zephyr Teachout

Zephyr Teachout’s declaration of independence

Attorney general candidate Zephyr Teachout has positioned herself as an independent who will hold the governor accountable – a stance that assumes Gov. Andrew Cuomo will win, even though Teachout has allied herself closely with gubernatorial challenger Cynthia Nixon.

Joe Crowley

The small but growing anti-Pelosi movement in New York

Outgoing Rep. Joseph Crowley isn’t the only New York House member or candidate who has expressed wariness about a potential Nancy Pelosi speakership.

New York State

Despite expansion, inconsistent access to veteran treatment courts

New York legislation would allow referral of cases to problem-solving veteran treatment courts across jurisdictions.

New York City

New York’s 2018 congressional primary election results

Tracking the winners and losers in each district.

New York State

Who is running for Congress in New York?

A comprehensive list every person who has filed to run for Congress in New York.

Sean Patrick Maloney

Sean Patrick Maloney feels good about running for AG

A source familiar with Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney’s thinking told City & State that the Hudson Valley congressman is moving closer to a run, and feeling “even better” about it since Rep. Kathleen Rice is dropping out.

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Letitia James

Letitia James doesn’t want to be attorney general … yet

Why Letitia James and the biggest names opted out of the state legislative selection process.

Carl Heastie

Updated: The leading contenders to be New York’s next attorney general

The Legislature will choose a successor to Eric Schneiderman. Here’s an updated guide to the candidates' strengths and weaknesses.

Charles Schumer

The Irishest officials in New York

New York may not be as Irish as it once was, but the community still produces plenty of political leaders. To get a sense of who’s leading the way, we reached out to Ray O’Hanlon, the editor of The Irish Echo, the country’s oldest Irish-American newspaper, who spoke about U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, Rep. Joseph Crowley, Rep. Pete King, Rep. Kathleen Rice, New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, and more.