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Ready to Vote
Residents of the 52nd New York State Senate District will go to the polls November 3 to elect a successor to Republican Thomas Libous, who lost his seat after he was convicted of lying to the FBI.
Republican Frederick Akshar is facing Democrat Barbara Fiala in the special election...
No Senate Bid
Binghamton Mayor Richard David has advised Republican party officials that he doesn't want to be considered for the state Senate seat vacated by Thomas Libous.
In a statement released on Sunday, David said he had "received a great deal of encouragement" to run for the seat afte…
Teachout talks
Law professor Zephyr Teachout says she's "just thrilled" with how well her campaign performed against Governor Andrew Cuomo's well-financed reelection operation.
The latest unofficial returns from Tuesday's Democratic primary voting showed Cuomo defeating Teachout by …
Cuomo prevails
Governor Andrew Cuomo has won the Democratic party nomination as he seeks a second, four-year term.
Cuomo received 62 percent of the vote in Tuesday's New York State primary. Fordham Law School professor Zephyr Teachout received 34 percent of the votes cast, while political activist Randy Credic…
Libous wins
State Senator Thomas Libous has won the Republican party nomination, defeating Tioga County businessman Denver Jones in a primary in the 52nd District.
Libous prevailed over Jones in Tuesday's GOP contest. Unofficial figures showed Libous ahead of Jones by a 64 to 36 percent margin...
Primary day
Today is Primary Day in New York State. The polls in Broome and Tioga counties will be open from noon to 9 p.m.
Democrats will choose a candidate for governor. Andrew Cuomo, who is seeking a second four-year term, is facing two challengers: Law professor Zephyr Teachout and political activist Randy C…
Backing Astorino?
The Republican candidate for governor of New York isn't getting an endorsement from one of the GOP's Senate leaders.
Senator Thomas Libous of Binghamton says he'll vote for Rob Astorino but expects Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo will win a second term...

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