For the third time in about a month, Connecticut’s Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Richard Blumenthal is looking to the White House for campaign support.
The videos show people in situations on the ground that mirror things they deal with when flying — like being charged a luggage fee for placing a bag in the trunk of a taxi.
A firestorm has engulfed New York’s race for governor. Republican candidate Carl Paladino is on the hot seat over comments he made about homosexuals.
The former president has emerged as one of the most popular campaign draws for Democrats across the country, even as the party braces for expected large losses in both the House and Senate.
Democrats currently hold all but two of New York’s 29 House seats. Republicans hope to pick up as many as eight seats in November.
The nation’s most expensive transit project has been stopped in its tracks. Governor Chris Christie is threatening to permanently put the brakes on construction of a new tunnel that could make life easier for New Jersey commuters.
The prolifically ambitious senator’s $23.2 million on hand at last filing made him more flush than some of his Democratic colleagues facing much tougher re-election challenges.
Andrew Cuomo spent $7.1 million since mid-July on his campaign, while Republican Carl Paladino continues to play his financial hand close to the vest.
Mack has not been charged with anything and there are no indications that he or his campaign is being investigated.
Despite denials that he is mounting a presidential campaign, Christie is headlining an event in West Des Moines to raise money for Terry Branstad, who is running for Iowa governor.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The latest poll shows Rick Lazio maintaining a lead over Carl Paladino in the race for the Republican nomination for governor in New York just as Paladino begins his full-out sprint. […]
Police throughout New Jersey were cracking down on drunk drivers Saturday. It’s part of the nationwide annual summertime “over the limit, under arrest” campaign.