The long, often nasty campaign to pick New York’s next governor in a time of fiscal and ethical crises ends Tuesday.
A Republican former hedge fund manager who says New York’s finances need fixing is challenging the Democratic incumbent who says he’s cleaned up the mess he inherited.
The major party candidates for Connecticut governor are both expressing confidence, as they try to get supporters to the polls.
New York City’s Board of Elections said it fixed the many problems that plagued the primaries back in September. J.C. Polanco, one of the Board’s 10 commissioners, is here to explain how.
Democrats, Republicans, elephants, donkeys – what better day to talk to your kids about the importance of voting and our political system than today!
The flow of $200,000 of campaign cash last week alone to Democratic Senate leader John Sampson shows the quiet effort to maintain the Democrats’ one-vote majority in that chamber.
In New York’s 19th Congressional District, is incumbent Rep. John Hall against challenger Dr. Nan Hayworth.
Democrats were calling out the big guns, doing everything they could to avoid a political pummeling.
If President Barack Obama’s policies play a role in any Congressional race, it’ll definitely be in the 12th District in New Jersey.
The name of a New York City Council candidate might ring a bell, so to speak. But it’s not because of politics, but a police shooting.
Paladino said the polls have it wrong, just as they did when they predicted he would lose to Rick Lazio in the Republican primary.
The tax returns usually released by statewide officials on April 15 can improve transparency in government and show conflicts of interest.
Despite his large lead in the polls, Cuomo said he wasn’t taking things for granted. For his part, Paladino also shrugged off the polls.
The WWE will be giving away goodies near voting booths on Tuesday for the Connecticut elections.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg clearly doesn’t have a lot of confidence in the Board of Elections going into next Tuesday.