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Representative Sean Patrick Maloney, who just lost a Democratic primary for New York attorney general, finds himself right back on the campaign trail. [Read More]
Mr. Collins, a Republican, had said he would not seek re-election, but removing oneself from the ballot in New York is no easy task. [Read More]
Ms. Hochul, the incumbent and a staunch supporter of Governor Cuomo, faced a challenge on the left from a New York City councilman, Jumaane Williams. [Read More]
Jeffrey D. Klein, who helped Republicans in Albany, is blanketing his primary race with money in an attempt to fend off his challenger, Alessandra Biaggi. [Read More]
In western New York, Republican leaders are struggling to find a way to replace Representative Chris Collins on the ballot. [Read More]
Liuba Grechen Shirley, a Democratic newcomer campaigning as a working mother, is trying to take down New York's most visible Republican congressman. [Read More]
Overcoming a life of early poverty and homelessness, Ms. Hayes is now poised to become the first black Democrat to represent Connecticut in Congress. [Read More]
Mr. Lamont won the Democratic primary for governor, while Ms. Hayes's win moved her closer to being the state's first black Democrat in Congress. [Read More]
The woman at the center of the kayak murder case will receive a portion of her fiancé's policy under the terms of a settlement. [Read More]
Ms. Ocasio-Cortez rejected a debate request from the conservative commentator Ben Shapiro, who pledged $10,000 to her campaign if she agreed. [Read More]
Anthony Brindisi, a Democratic state lawmaker with an A rating from the N.R.A., is challenging Rep. Claudia Tenney, the G.O.P. incumbent. [Read More]
Representative Joseph Crowley said he has supported Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and did not plan to run, even though his name will remain on the ballot. [Read More]
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Reform Party victory in a neighboring congressional district points to the oddities of third-party politics in New York. [Read More]
Max Rose, an Army veteran and former health care executive, easily defeated five challengers to win the Democratic nomination. He will face Dan Donovan in... [Read More]
New Yorkers must contend with two separate primary elections — a congressional contest on Tuesday and a state primary in September, sowing confusion. [Read More]
Staten Islanders watch Dan Donovan, the Republican incumbent, debate his predecessor, Michael Grimm, who is running for Congress despite a tax-fraud conviction. [Read More]
In the Hudson Valley, the race is on to unseat Rep. John Faso, a Republican; but first, the Democrats must take on each other in... [Read More]
President Trump used Twitter to endorse Rep. Dan Donovan, who faces a challenge from Michael Grimm, a felon and local favorite who formerly held the... [Read More]
Local Democrats were set on backing one candidate to challenge the Republican incumbent, but party leaders had their eyes on another. [Read More]
Mr. Molinaro, 42, entered politics as a 19-year-old mayor of Tivoli, a small village in Dutchess County, where he is now county executive. [Read More]
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