During an appearance on Fred Dicker’s radio show, “Live from the State Capitol,” New York’s Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo told Mr. Dicker he thought results of elections around the state were a “big victory” for his party and showed New York voters rejecting the G.OP. He also said his favorable poll numbers prove New Yorkers are “proud” of their government
Democrats came away with victories in several of yesterday’s biggest races, but it’s too soon to say whether they managed to take the seat in New York’s 148th Assembly District and Republicans’ ability to block a veto override along with it. Many of the night’s winners were endorsed by Governor Cuomo, who made a point of involving himself in local races this year.
Rudy Giuliani said President Obama is responsible for Occupy Wall Street and predicted the movement will “take his presidency down.”
Steve Ballone, a Democratic candidate for Suffolk County executive, saved Santa.
U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, State Senator Daniel Squadron, and Councilwoman Margaret Chin are thankful for the port-o-potties in Zuccotti Park.
According to new poll numbers, Governor Cuomo is surprisingly popular.
In New York, “The 99%” is actually more like 44%.
Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion reportedly has his eye on Gracie Mansion.
The Suffolk County Executive race is turning into a proxy war between Governor Cuomo and former Governor Pataki.
Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson did lunch at Zuccotti Park.