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Hevesi expected to resign today

State Comptroller Alan Hevesi may be facing his final hours in office. If published reports are accurate, Hevesi will resign this morning as part of plea deal with the Albany District Attorney, who's been probing the Comptroller's use of state employees as drivers and personal aides to his wife. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Hevesi criticized for private use of state driver

Republican candidate for state comptroller Chris Callaghan continued to raise questions about his opponent's use of a state employee as a chauffeur for his wife. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Comptroller Says Bush's Economic Stimulus Plan Would Hurt New York

New York State Comptroller Alan Hevesi says President Bush's economic stimulus plan would cause New York to lose up to $3.4 billion over the next four years. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

AFL-CIO backs Mulrow for Comptroller

One of the candidates in the Democratic primary for state comptroller received a key union endorsement Tuesday. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

National Education Association Backs McCall for Governor

State Comptroller Carl McCall, a candidate for Governor, has received the backing of the second largest teachers union in the state, the National Education Association. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

NYS Assembly Minority Leader Honored by St. Lawrence County Republicans

The state assembly's minority leader was the featured guest at the St. Lawrence County Republicans' annual dinner Friday night in Ogdensburg. Albany Assemblyman John Faso praised his fellow Republicans for their leadership since the attacks of September 11, and took an opportunity to do some campaigning. Faso is a Republican candidate for State Comptroller in 2002. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Comptroller McCall Audits Use of State Money by Governor Pataki

Last week, state comptroller Carl McCall said he'll audit Governor Pataki's use of state monies to appear in television ads. The practice is defended by Pataki administration officials who say it's the governor's job to promote state policies on television.  Go to full article

Cornstein Joins Republican Primary Race for Comptroller

The race to replace Carl McCall as the state's Comptroller is already underway. New York businessman David Cornstein is travelling the state, announcing that he wants to run in the Republican primary. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

GOP Comptroller Candidates Stepping Forward

The first of two expected GOP candidates for State Comptroller announced his candidacy yesterday. Karen DeWitt reports from Albany.  Go to full article

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