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Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino in 2010. Photo: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/azipaybarah/4499301881/">Azi Paybarah</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino in 2010. Photo: Azi Paybarah, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Paladino: Astorino must "cleanse" GOP

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino says Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino would make a "great governor" but says he will only win if he appeals to the party's conservative base.

In an email to state Republican Party Chairman Ed Cox, Paladino said he's dropping his efforts to recruit celebrity businessman Donald Trump. But he says Astorino won't win unless he works to "cleanse" the GOP of officeholders who he says fail to adhere to conservative principles.  Go to full article

Conservatives back Paladino

The State's Conservative Party endorsed Republican candidate for Governor Carl Paladino. As Karen DeWitt reports, it's a move that helps the Buffalo developer's chances against Democratic front runner Andrew Cuomo.  Go to full article
Former Army Col. Chris Gibson hopes to unseat Democratic Rep. Scott Murphy
Former Army Col. Chris Gibson hopes to unseat Democratic Rep. Scott Murphy

NY-20: Gibson undecided on Paladino

Carl Paladino may be surging in the polls, but other Republicans in the state still haven't decided whether to embrace him.

Chris Gibson is the Republican candidate in the 20th district House race, hoping to unseat Democrat Scott Murphy from Glens Falls. Gibson spoke this week on the public radio program Capital Pressroom, with WCNY's Susan Arbetter.  Go to full article
Carl Paladino meets reporters in Albany yesterday. Photo by Karen DeWitt
Carl Paladino meets reporters in Albany yesterday. Photo by Karen DeWitt

Paladino vows to shake up Albany

The newest Republican candidate for New York governor -- Carl Paladino -- brought his campaign to the state capitol yesterday.

When he announced his run Monday in Buffalo, he promised to shake up. And yesterday he had tough talk for some of the insiders, notably legislative leaders and his likely opponent, Democrat Andrew Cuomo.
Martha Foley has more.  Go to full article

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