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New York Politics

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    A Few Suggestions for Andrew Cuomo’s Next PosterThe poster to commemorate his State of the State address is a good first draft, but it could use some improvements.
  2. encounter
    Letitia James on Her Battle to Be New York’s Next Attorney GeneralThe onetime shoo-in worries that anti-Establishment fervor will undo all her dues paying.
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    Can Andrew Cuomo Win by Being Andrew Cuomo Again?Even as he’s pushed leftward, the governor thinks there’s still plenty of elbow room for a Democrat like him.
  4. politics
    Cynthia Nixon Is Serious About Her Candidacy. You Should Be Too.She’s already won by moving the governor to the left. And she’s beginning to think she just might win the whole thing.
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    Working Families Party Endorses Nixon, Despite Pressure From CuomoCynthia Nixon will now definitely have a place on the ballot this November if she wants it.
  6. Could a Democratic Socialist Actually Win a Spot on City Council?Probably not, but Jabari Brisport’s campaign is still a sign of the post-Bernie new-left revival.
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    Bill de Blasio on Trump, Cuomo, and Getting New York to Like YouThe mayor thinks New Yorkers appreciate real talk, even if some of it is bad news. But also, he says, a lot of it isn’t.
  8. GOP Mayoral Hopeful Paul Massey Drops Out of RaceThe real-estate developer cited the financial hurdles to taking out an incumbent.
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    How Are You Enjoying the de Blasio Revolution?Experiments in a mayoralty focused on disrupting a city that may not want the disruption.
  10. Governor Cuomo, It’s the President CallingRevelations from The Contender.
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    Imagined Conversation: Mario Cuomo and the DevilThe late governor’s fictional 1990 encounter with Satan, when he considered running in the ‘92 presidential race.
  12. The Shelly Silver Scandal Just Keeps Getting StrangerOnly in Albany. 
  13. NY State Lawmaker Quintuples Fundraising After Pro-Gay Vote$425,000 for Poughkeepsie’s Stephen Saland.