New polls were released Friday in the hotly contested races for New York City mayor and comptroller. With the primary just over a month away, voters are starting to really focus on the candidates and narrow down their choices.
There is month to go before the New York City primary and the battle is on for votes. Two of the latest ads from candidates are tailored to the minority community.
Unlike the mayor’s race, with Anthony Weiner recently revealed as “Carlos Danger” the sexting king, there are no new salacious details about the other lynchpin of love, Eliot Spitzer.
Former governor and current city comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer said Monday that Anthony Weiner should not be running for mayor in the wake of his latest sexting scandal.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it’s “not very helpful” to New York City’s economy when Eliot Spitzer badmouths Wall Street while campaigning.
Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer both resigned because of sex scandals. Both are running for city office. But are Weiner’s new troubles hurting the former governor’s campaign for comptroller?
Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer has held his first official voter meet-and-greet since getting on the ballot for New York City comptroller.
Gillibrand, who rarely endorses in a Democratic primary, said on Monday that Stringer is “clearly the best choice” for the financial watchdog position. She singled out Stringer’s “temperament and judgment,” praise that was likely a swipe at the former New York governor’s track record.
The return of Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner to New York City politics is shining a spotlight on those most hurt by their previous scandals: their wives.
The so-called “tabloid twins” — Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer — are number one in the polls in their respective races. And it’s support from African American voters that has lifted them up.
Weiner resigned from Congress in 2011 amid a texting scandal. He was caught sending racy pictures and messages to women who were not his wife. Spitzer resigned as governor amid a 2008 prostitution scandal.
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer has decided to offer life advice in the form of a new book as he kicks off his campaign for City Comptroller.
The disgraced former governor assured his spot on the primary ballot for New York City Comptroller and Democratic opponent Scott Stringer has decided not to challenge the nominating petitions.
The disgraced former governor stood outside the offices of the Board of Elections on Thursday night and revealed to a throng of reporters he had obtained more than enough signatures to get on the Democratic primary ballot.
Former New York Gov. David Paterson said he was in “stunned disbelief” when he learned that his old boss, Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, had entered the race for New York City comptroller.