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The Race That Wasn’t
(clockwise from right) New York state Comptroller H. Carl McCall outlasted his Democratic opponent in the governor's race, Andrew Cuomo, but he failed to mount a serious challenge to incumbent Gov. George E. Pataki; Pataki easily won his third term, consolidating power by appealing to a broad spectrum of New Yorkers, including traditional Democratic constituents like Hispanics and labor unions; Green Party candidate Stanley Aronowitz was unable to attract enough votes to hold the party's ballot line for another four years; and Independence Party candidate B. Thomas Golisano touted his refusal to accept campaign contributions, spending a mere $74 million of his own money in his failed bid for office.
Leif Zurmuhlen
Martin Benjamin
Joe Putrock
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