Albany Beat – October 28, 2022
Even though Felder received 60 percent of the vote on the Republican line two years ago, he is still enrolled as a Democrat, with no plans to change that designation, so he can have the staff allocation and office expenses afforded elected officials in the majority party.
Albany Beat – July 29, 2022
During his lengthy career Long shaped the party and politics in New York state while operating his family-run liquor store in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn.
Albany Beat – June 24, 2022
The districts were skewed so that Democrats could create a deeper foothold with their majorities and bury Republicans for decades to come.
Albany Beat – May 27, 2022
Whoever wins that race will have to battle it out again in November under the newly adopted district lines. The newly drawn district runs from the Massachusetts border to Ithaca, taking in nine counties and parts of two others.
Albany Beat – April 22, 2022
Conspicuously absent from commenting on the Benjamin matter is Attorney General Letitia James and Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, a former state Assemblyman.
Albany Beat – February 18, 2022
New York City officials have squirreled away $1 billion in a rainy-day fund over the past two years, fearing a multi-billion-dollar budget deficit in the coming years.
Albany Beat – February 4, 2022
The governor maintains that wearing masks and getting booster shots is the main reason for the positive downward trend in hospitalizations.
Albany Beat – January 7, 2021
Hochul’s Pledge New York is a rough and tumble landscape politically, and New York Governor Kathy Hochul wants to portray the image that she is...
Albany Beat – December 10, 2021
She also has to keep up her mantra of being responsible for the most transparent state government New Yorkers have ever seen. This goal appears to be a work in progress.
Governor Hochul Goes On The Campaign Stump
To show she can relate to the average candidate and committee member, Hochul continued with her resume. I’ve been fighting since 1974, fighting for candidates. I know how hard it is...
Albany Beat – August 27, 2021
One of Cuomo’s last acts as governor was signing two bills into law allowing two Jewish institutions to receive back taxes that had to be paid to the town.