As Governor Cuomo continues to mull over the current statewide moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, some disturbing fracking-related news has come out of Pennsylvania: fracking has contaminated private drinking wells a previously undisclosed 243 times over six years, according to the state's Department of Environmental Protection. [ more › ]
His reelection campaign spent nearly $2.5 million in just the past two weeks as the governor tried to fend off Democratic primary challenger Zephyr Teachout, according to a financial statement made public Friday.
Democrat Tim Wu New York's noxious governor, Andrew Cuomo, may be riding a wave of money and his father's last name to an easy re-election, but there's a way you can ruin his life: Help defeat his choice for lieutenant governor. In New York, both the governor and lieutenant governor run on separate ballot lines. Show More Summary
We've written a little bit about the campaign of Zephyr Teachout and Tim Wu for Governor and Lt. Governor of NY -- in particular about incumbent governor Andrew Cuomo's petty attempt to bankrupt the campaign with a bogus attack on Teachout's residency. Show More Summary
Following up on its non-endorsement of New York governor Andrew Cuomo's challenger, Zephyr Teachout, the New York Times today endorsed Teachout's running mate, Tim Wu, for lieutenant governor. Because Cuomo is a terrible cynic with no...Show More Summary
A day after it didn’t endorse Gov. Cuomo’s reelection bid, The New York Times also refused to back his Lieutenant Governor pick.
On Tuesday, The New York Times editorial board announced that it would not be endorsing Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) in his upcoming primary bid because of his "failure" to enact meaningful ethics reform. But Fox News host Andrea Tantaros thinks the paper declined to endorse Cuomo for a very different reason.
The New York Times editorial board, with great pride at its own high-mindedness, has refused to endorse Andrew Cuomo's campaign for renomination as governor of New York in the upcoming Democratic primary. As the Times' reporters have...Show More Summary
The New York Times has declined to endorse a candidate for governor in the Sept. 9 Democratic primary — saying Gov. Cuomo 'resisted and even shut down opportunities' to address public corruption in the state.
While New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) is still the big favorite to win both the primary and the general election, he received a powerful rebut Tuesday when the New York Time editorial board choose not to endorse anyone in the Democratic primary.
Washington (CNN) – No endorsement for you, Governor Cuomo. That was the message the New York Times editorial board sent to the state's sitting governor when they published Tuesday an editorial that spelled out why they won't be backing Gov. Chris Cuomo in New York's upcoming gubernatorial primary on September 9. "Mr. Cuomo became governor […]
The New York Times will not be endorsing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) in his re-election bid, at least not in the Democratic primary. The paper's beef is that Cuomo, who came to power pledging to stamp out corruption in Albany, has hardly lived up to his billing. Show More Summary
ALBANY — Gubernatorial hopeful Zephyr Teachout slammed Gov. Cuomo's pick for lieutenant governor, Kathy Hochul, as too conservative for Democratic primary voters.
The author and Assemblyman Steve Katz I’m always surprised at how few people realize that we have legal medical marijuana in New York. Governor Cuomo signed it into law in July after months of deliberation in which he dismantled several of its essential tenets. Show More Summary
Zephyr Teachout, with her running mate Tim Wu, are running against Democratic party fixture, the State governor Andrew Cuomo, and his lieutenant governor nominee Kathy Hochul.
danspapers/web.stagram Last night, we were surprised when New York Governor Andrew Cuomo turned up at McCall's Vineyard & Ranch to celebrate Dan's Harvest East End. Overheard saying that he prefers drinking red wine, Cuomo appeared genuinely excited to present...
Just thought I’d mention it after all this hoohah from last month. I expect in November I’ll also be able to post “Andrew Cuomo Is Still Governor of New York.”
What do Governors Perry, Christie, and Cuomo have in common? All three are governors of big and important states, all three are accomplished bullies, and all three have used bullying tactics recently for overreaching political objectives. Show More Summary
Yves here. Lambert interviewed Tim Wu, who is campaigning with Zephry Teachout to upset politics as usual in New York. Both are running in the New York State primary against Andrew Cuomo and his candidate for lieutenant governor, Kathy Hochul. The Teachout/Wu campaign against Cuomo has gone from quixotic to the most interesting state race […]
The Dean 2004 vet explains why she’s running for NY governor -- and how the left can take over the Democratic Party