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Democrat Party

by Erin Pihlaja November 8, 2012

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After months of enduring increasingly negative campaign ads, stump speeches, and the repetitive talking points of pundits everywhere, the 2012 elections are pretty much over. Here’s how things shaped up in the Capital Region: Democratic U.S. ...

We Have Our Winners—Well, Almost

by Erin Pihlaja September 20, 2012

Primary day came and went, and while some of the outcomes were expected, there were a few surprises and one high-profile race still without a decided victor. The 109th Assembly District was, as predicted, a very ...

Democratic Primary Endorsements

by The Staff September 12, 2012

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New York State Assembly District 109: Patricia Fahy Of the six candidates running to fill the Assembly seat of the retiring Jack McEneny, one clearly stands out: former Albany City School Board President Patricia Fahy. Her service ...

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The Hot Seat?

by Erin Pihlaja September 7, 2012

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  Politics tends to be an arena suited for the aggressive, and the race between New York state Sen. Neil Breslin (D-Albany) and Shawn Morse, a Cohoes firefighter and Albany County legislative chairman, has been one ...

Toward a Living Wage

by Jaired Crofut August 23, 2012

  “When you look at the minimum wage that exists in New York state, every New Yorker should be totally embarrassed,” said Deputy Senate Minority Leader Neil Breslin at a press conference at the Albany Labor ...

So Much to Do

by Elyse Beaudoin April 20, 2011

After managing to bridge a $10 billion deficit gap with the first on-time budget in five years, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is celebrating and likely counting his political capital. But what will he spend it on? “Cuomo ...