There was election drama in Connecticut on Thursday. Two days after residents cast their votes, they’re still waiting for word on who will be their next governor.
Connecticut’s race for governor was finally over Wednesday night. Or was it? Democrat Dan Malloy has been declared the winner, but Republican Tom Foley is refusing to concede.
Cuomo will get the chance to clean up Albany, following his resounding victory over Tea Party upstart Carl Paladino, who lost by a margin of almost two to one.
Election Day is a true test, in a highly-anticipated midterm election, of how efficiently voters are actually able to use a pencil on paper ballots in combination with new electronic scanners. The results were mixed.
The long, often nasty campaign to pick New York’s next governor in a time of fiscal and ethical crises ends Tuesday.
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.
Cuomo addressed a crowd at LaGuardia Community College Monday. Meanwhile, Paladino remained confident despite poll numbers when speaking to reporters in Batavia.
Democrats were calling out the big guns, doing everything they could to avoid a political pummeling.
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.
STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) – Candidates for Connecticut governor say renewing the state’s commitment to its urban areas will be a top priority over the next four years. Democrat Dan Malloy, Republican Tom Foley and independent […]
At the Ronokonkoma LIRR station, the Republican and Tea Party candidate for governor was clearly irritated by any mention of poll numbers.
With Election Day less than one week away, New York Republican (and Tea Party) gubernatorial nominee Carl Paladino has plenty to say.
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.