ALBANY—Representative Kirsten Gillibrand's name is persistently circulating–along with many others–as a possible replacement for Hillary Clinton in the Senate, but the idea may dissolve if Democrats think that would mean sacrificing a congressional seat.
Gillibrand's district, the 20th, is spread across 10 upstate counties from Columbia to Essex and was represented by Read More
Here's the livestream of debates between a number of congressional candidates in the Hudson Valley, including freshman Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand versus Republican Sandy Treadwell.
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UPDATE: Watch the video here. Read More
Tonight is the first debate between freshman Democratic Representative Kirsten Gillibrand and her well-funded Republican challenger, Sandy Treadwell.
Treadwell says he will elaborate on his plan for a moratorium on earmarks.
Both candidates in this heavily Republican district are likely preparing for questions about how they line up with Read More
Albany-area Republican Congressional challenger Sandy Treadwell just launched a new Web site focusing on Democratic Representative Kirstin Gillibrand’s work years ago on behalf of tobacco company Philip Morris.
GillibrandUnfiltered.com lists unflattering news account of cigarette-makers denying any knowledge that their product is linked to cancer.
The most tantalizing part of the Web Read More
Michael Bloomberg’s former aide Rich Wager, who was looking to unseat freshman Democratic Congresswoman Kirsten Gillibrand, is out of the race.
Still in the primary race for the nomination to run against Gillibrand–in this Republican-leaning district upstate–are former state party chairman Sandy Treadwell, real estate broker John Wallace, and Read More
The Note — your source for Pataki-in-Iowa news — channels Page Six:
“Just asking. . . What is former New York Republican Party Chairman and Pataki confidante Sandy Treadwell doing in Iowa today and tomorrow?” Read More
On an autumn afternoon several years ago, Michael Bloomberg and his friend Betsy Gotbaum were driving up Central Park West in the back of a town car and chatting about Mr. Bloomberg’s future. He had been spending more time of late with New Yorkers like Ms. Gotbaum, then the president of the New-York Historical Society Read More