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Candidate Andrew Cuomo at the start of an RV campaign swing through New York. Photo: Matt Ryan, New York Now
Candidate Andrew Cuomo at the start of an RV campaign swing through New York. Photo: Matt Ryan, New York Now

Ahead in fundraising, Cuomo takes the campaign on the road

Financial statements from candidates running for election in new York State were due yesterday. They showed Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has padded his lead in campaign fundraising since January.

Numbers weren't in from his probable Republican rival, former congressman Rick Lazio. But the filing showed Carl Paladino, the Buffalo businessman petitioning for a Republican primary race against Lazio, spent about $1.5 million of his own money in the last six months.

Cuomo was behind the wheel of an RV yesterday for the first leg of a an RV swing through the state.  Go to full article
Carl Paladino
Carl Paladino

Paladino in for governor, promises shake up in Albany

The field in the race for governor of New York State grew yesterday. Western New York businessman Carl Paladino is the latest in a group of Republicans promising to shake up Albany. He's talking about creating a "tea party" line on the November ballot. Paladino says he'll start by filing petitions to win a place on the GOP primary ballot. He made his announcement in Buffalo yesterday. Martha Foley has more.  Go to full article

Pataki Fundraises in California

Governor George Pataki, who was fundraising in California over the weekend, has taken a number of steps lately that any campaign for governor would, yet Pataki insists that he is not a candidate, at least not yet. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

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