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.
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.
Paladino said the polls have it wrong, just as they did when they predicted he would lose to Rick Lazio in the Republican primary.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – With public opinion polls showing a tight race for governor in Connecticut, both major party candidates spent the final weekend before the election trying to boost turnout at the polls, and […]
Paladino called Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand “Chuck Schumer’s little girl,” saying “She follows him, whatever he does.”
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.
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.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) — The two major party candidates for Connecticut governor will be debating on live TV for a third time as they hit the final two weeks of the campaign. Democrat Dan Malloy […]
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.
With Election Day just over five weeks away, the most closely watched local race remains the one for governor. On Sunday, Republican nominee Carl Paladino was in New York city, greeting supporters in Queens.
Democrat Andrew Cuomo is accepting the endorsement of the left-leaning Working Families Party in his run to be New York’s next governor.
Republican candidate for governor Carl Paladino has a plan for welfare reform: He wants to turn prisons into dormitories for welfare recipients so they can get state-sponsored jobs, employment training and lessons in “personal hygiene.”
New campaign finance records show candidates in the Sept. 14 New York primary boosting their coffers with personal funds and transfers from other campaign accounts.