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One of the NY-21 GOP candidates, Elise Stefanik (left), and Democratic candidate Aaron Woolf. NCPR file photos
One of the NY-21 GOP candidates, Elise Stefanik (left), and Democratic candidate Aaron Woolf. NCPR file photos

NY-21: Woolf has funding edge over Stefanik for Congress

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Federal campaign finance records show Republican Elise Stefanik at a disadvantage against Democrat Aaron Woolf after a bruising primary fight in northern New York's 21st Congressional District.

A report covering the period from June 5 to June 30 shows she has about $152,000 in cash on hand compared to almost $760,000 for Woolf.  Go to full article
Gov. Cuomo, left, is running against GOP challenger Rob Astorino, right.
Gov. Cuomo, left, is running against GOP challenger Rob Astorino, right.

How Cuomo's much bigger war chest is affecting the gov. campaign

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is already ahead of his Republican challenger in name recognition. Now, according to required campaign disclosure filings with the State Board of Elections, Cuomo is far ahead in fundraising as well.  Go to full article
Photo: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/tracy_olson/61056391/">Tracy Olsen</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Photo: Tracy Olsen, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Vermont candidates report campaign cash

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) Campaign finance reports show that incumbent Gov. Peter Shumlin has raised more than $93,000 for his campaign this reporting period.

Republican candidate for governor, Scott Milne of Pomfret, has logged contributions of more than $20,000 by the Tuesday reporting deadline.  Go to full article
Gov. Cuomo (left) heads into his party convention with a substantial lead over GOP challenger Rob Astorino.
Gov. Cuomo (left) heads into his party convention with a substantial lead over GOP challenger Rob Astorino.

Cuomo challenger Astorino proposes eight debates

The Republican challenger for Governor, Rob Astorino, has proposed multiple debates in locations around the state with incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo. The governor has so far not accepted any.  Go to full article
There’s so much grass roots support in the state from so many people who supported Cuomo but then have been disappointed with the governor over the last four years.

Zephyr Teachout, Cuomo primary challenger, will file petitions Thurs night

The Democratic Primary challenger to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Zephyr Teachout, expects to file more than 40,000 signatures late Thursday to obtain a place on the ballot.  Go to full article
Former Rep. Kathy Hochul will be Gov. Cuomo's 2014 running mate. Photo: US House of Representatives
Former Rep. Kathy Hochul will be Gov. Cuomo's 2014 running mate. Photo: US House of Representatives

Lt. Gov candidate Hochul keeps a low profile

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's running mate Lieutenant Governor Nominee Kathy Hochul is keeping an unusually low profile during the first months of the election campaign. The lack of public campaigning by Hochul is starting to raise some questions.  Go to full article
GOP candidate for Governor Rob Astorino at press conference on opposition to the Common Core learning standards at the Capitol Tuesday. Photo by Karen DeWitt
GOP candidate for Governor Rob Astorino at press conference on opposition to the Common Core learning standards at the Capitol Tuesday. Photo by Karen DeWitt

Astorino wants Stop Common Core ballot line

The Republican running for governor this year wants to convert public opposition to controversial new education standards into votes against the incumbent governor he says is pushing them.  Go to full article
Albany from above. Photo: <a href="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0d/Albany.jpg">Karthik Chinnathambi</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Albany from above. Photo: Karthik Chinnathambi, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

GOP Senators say Democrats will neglect upstate and Long Island

Senate Republicans have a new strategy in what's shaping up to be an election battle for control of the State Senate. They say now that a group of breakaway Democrats is abandoning them and rejoining the rest of the Democrats, the Senate will be dominated by New York City liberals who won't care about Upstate and Long Island.  Go to full article
The NY Senate Independent Democratic Conference (IDC): Senator Diane Savino, Senator Tony Avella, Senate IDC Leader Jeff Klein, and Senator David Valesky. Photo: IDC
The NY Senate Independent Democratic Conference (IDC): Senator Diane Savino, Senator Tony Avella, Senate IDC Leader Jeff Klein, and Senator David Valesky. Photo: IDC

NY Senate faction leader says his group will maintain independence

Senate Independent Democratic Conference (IDC) Leader Jeff Klein says even though his group now plans to realign with the Democrats in the Senate, he won't rule out working with Republicans in the future.

Senator Klein says the decision by the IDC members to switch allegiances from a coalition with the Republicans to a governing arraignment with the Democrats was all about the issues.  Go to full article
The New York State Senate chamber. Photo: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/32051524@N08/5194328403/">JvL</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
The New York State Senate chamber. Photo: JvL, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Deal between Senate factions could give Democrats full control in Albany

Republicans are on the verge of losing control of New York's Senate, with two Democratic factions saying they'll come together in what could be a strong Democratic majority after this fall's elections.

A renegade group of Democrats had joined with Republicans to form a majority coalition two years ago. This new alliance would leave the GOP out of power.  Go to full article

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