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.
The state of children’s mental health in Connecticut is the topic at a forum tonight for the candidates for governor.
The New York inspector general says top state legislative leaders and the governor’s office angled for campaign contributions and political advantage.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Democrat Andrew Cuomo had yet to respond.
The Siena College poll shows Cuomo not only has a lead that Siena’s pollster called “overwhelming,” but he also has the momentum.
Democrat Dan Malloy and Republican Tom Foley will square off Tuesday afternoon at Fairfield University.
The poll released Friday shows the former Stamford mayor leading the former U.S. ambassador to Ireland 49 to 42 percent among likely voters.
Governor David Paterson calls the structure an “historic treasure” that truly belongs to all New Yorkers.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected in wealthy Greenwich to stump for fellow Republican Tom Foley in Connecticut’s close governor’s race.
The Fairleigh Dickinson/PublicMind poll out Tuesday has Christie’s overall job approval rating at 51 percent.
Christie was scheduled to join Corbett at a rally in Williamsport Monday.
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 Buffalo developer has sought to cast himself as the angry insurgent. But he twice told an audience of business leaders that they were hearing from a “kinder and gentler Carl.”
Paladino released his plan Monday to cut taxes that he said were drowning businesses, stifling expansion and dragging out the recession.