Obama to hold press conference
The White House said Mr. Obama would use the event as an opportunity to discuss his administration’s work on the economy, capping a week in which the president will also travel to Wisconsin and Ohio for economic events.
Mr. Obama has been criticized for rarely holding news conferences, preferring instead to communicate through one-on-one media interviews.
But the Quinnipiac University poll found a lot of unsure Republicans as the Sept. 14 primary approaches.
Eighteen percent are undecided, and nearly half say they could change their mind.
Mr. Paladino’s voters say they are more certain they will stick to their choice.
The winning Republican will face Democratic nominee Andrew M. Cuomo.View Entire Story
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