Now that Ed Cox has praised Steve Levy’s governing of Suffolk County, State Democrats are hitting him for being Levy’s “de facto Campaign Chairman” and questioning Cox’s knowledge of Levy’s alleged wrongdoing.
“What did Ed Cox know and when did he know it?” asked State Democratic Executive Director Charlie King in a public Read More
The only Democrat in New York featured in an ad by the DNC to thank him for his vote in support of the health care bill is Tim Bishop in Suffolk County, Long Island.
Bishop announced last Friday that he’d be voting for the bill, and has come under criticism for the vote Read More
Dan Cantor is throwing down the gauntlet, threatening to withhold the W.F.P.’s support for Democrats who don’t support the health care bill in Washington.
In announcing the move, the party noted “Votes on the WFP ballot line have been the margin of victory for Democratic Congressional candidates in New York five times since Read More
Republican Congressional candidate Chris Cox is calling on Governor David Paterson to “resign, effective immediately,” in light of allegations in today’s New York Times story.
Cox, incidentally, is the grandson of Richard Nixon.
In a statement, Cox said Paterson should step aside “so someone else can work to restore confidence and integrity to Read More
Congressional candidate Randy Altschuler is out with this biographical spot, touting the fact that he’s “not a politician.”
Altschuler says: “Folks here are getting hit from all sides: higher property taxes; the shenanigans in Albany; the amount of debt in Washington.”
Altschuler’s main rival for the G.O.P. nomination is Chris Cox, Read More
The fight to see which Republican takes on Democratic Rep. Tim Bishop on Long Island is heating up, and pitting tea partiers against more established party leaders.
Supporters of candidate Randy Altschuler released a letter today urging party leaders not to “slam the door” and “hijack” the nomination process.
“We must let it be known, Read More
Republicans on Staten Island aren’t having the best couple of months, but a few of them will be showing up to party and "network" at a fund-raiser for the New York State Senate Republican Campaign Committe on June 25.
Among the organizers of the fund-raiser, which will take place at 2 World Financial Read More