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.
NEW YORK (CBS 2) — CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois sat down with political reporter Marcia Kramer to discuss the weight that the upcoming election holds here in New York.
The margin is similar to large leads found in other polls favoring the son of former Gov. Mario Cuomo over the millionaire Buffalo developer.
NEW YORK (CBS 2) – New York’s Republican candidate for governor, Carl Paladino, is telling voters not to believe the latest Marist College poll. The poll shows him trailing Democrat Andrew Cuomo by 19 percent, […]
The two incumbent U.S. senators are up for election Tuesday. They appeared at a rally in Rochester Saturday morning with gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo.
Paladino called Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand “Chuck Schumer’s little girl,” saying “She follows him, whatever he does.”
At the Ronokonkoma LIRR station, the Republican and Tea Party candidate for governor was clearly irritated by any mention of poll numbers.
New York Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo says he’ll use Bill Clinton’s presidency as a model for how to govern. Clinton appeared at a Get Out the Vote rally in Brooklyn with Cuomo Wednesday.
With Election Day less than one week away, New York Republican (and Tea Party) gubernatorial nominee Carl Paladino has plenty to say.
A scathing report about the corrupt Aqueduct racing contract had Democrat Andrew Cuomo and Republican Carl Paladino scurrying to the suburbs on Monday night.
Carl Paladino issued a rare bold strike at the closed-door negotiations between the governor and Senate and Assembly leaders that are at the heart of Albany’s dysfunction and power politics.
Republican Carl Paladino’s hometown Buffalo News on Sunday endorsed his rival in the New York governor’s race, declaring “there is no choice” but Andrew Cuomo.
At a time when New York state government’s ethical lapses are ridiculed nationwide, the major candidates for governor have proposals to take on long-growing concerns.
There was a warning Thursday from transit advocates — higher fares and deeper cuts are on the way unless the next governor of New York forks over more money for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Jimmy McMillan pretty much stole the show during Monday night’s gubernatorial debate, repeatedly claiming that the “rent is too damn high,” but there are questions about the charismatic candidate’s past.