Mr. Cuomo’s Manhattan event on Sunday will announce new bipartisan chairmen, presumably including Republicans and independents. The campaign calls it a “big tent” of New York leaders backing reform of Albany.
The ad puts Mr. Cuomo’s face on a man in a shower trying to clean “Special Interests” and other dirt away.
There was no immediate comment from Mr. Paladino.
Murkowski defends write-in bid
In mounting the write-in bid, she says she’s “listening to my constituents” and is “going to give them a choice.”
She acknowledges, however, that a write-in campaign is going to be tough.
Abercrombie wins Democratic race
HONOLULU | Hawaii Democrats have chosen former U.S. Rep. Neil Abercrombie in their bid to take back the governor’s office after eight years of Republican control.
Mr. Abercrombie defeated longtime political rival ex-Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann in a bitterly contested campaign that focused on character and leadership experience.View Entire Story
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