N.Y. governor’s race
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.
A scathing report about the corrupt Aqueduct racing contract had Democrat Andrew Cuomo and Republican Carl Paladino scurrying to the suburbs on Monday night.
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.
Republican Carl Paladino and Democrat Andrew Cuomo are both running for governor of New York. But on Tuesday it seemed like Paladino wanted to be a circus ringmaster and Cuomo the artful dodger.
They’re finally talking business. Both candidates in the race for governor of New York are offering their vision on two key issues important to voters.
Saying “I have made mistakes,” Republican gubernatorial hopeful Carl Paladino apologized Tuesday for statements he’s made over the past few days about homosexuals.