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NY Senate candidate bikes, walks 49th district

49TH SENATE DISTRICT

NY Senate candidate bikes, walks 49th district

Schenectady’s deputy city clerk kicked off a three-day biking and walking tour of the 49th Senate District this morning as part of his campaign for the seat.

SCHENECTADY

Fewer polling places for Schenectady school elections

Schenectady City School District residents interested in voting in Tuesday’s school board elections — especially new school voters — may want to double check their polling location, because it may not be where they are used to voting.

Capital Region voters to consider school budgets Tuesday

CAPITAL REGION

Capital Region voters to consider school budgets Tuesday

Voters across the Capital Region on Tuesday will be asked to approve school budgets and bonds and choose school board members for three-year terms that begin July 1.

Trump says his tax returns are ‘none of your business’

Trump says his tax returns are ‘none of your business’

The remarks from Trump signal that he has little intention of disclosing verifiable details of his income or what fuels his wealth, a matter of endless speculation for a candidate who boasts of being a billionaire many times over despite his past brushes with bankruptcy and increasing reliance on celebrity-oriented income and licensing deals that use his name.

Tedisco makes it official, seeks Senate seat

49TH SENATE DISTRICT

Tedisco makes it official, seeks Senate seat

Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville, says he plans to run for Sen. Hugh Farley’s seat on his experience and record of fighting for constituents.

Tedisco to announce run for NY Senate today

49TH SENATE DISTRICT

Tedisco to announce run for NY Senate today

Assemblyman Jim Tedisco, R-Glenville, plans to run for departing Sen. Hugh Farley’s seat.

Trump-Clinton contest could put New York in play

Trump-Clinton contest could put New York in play

No Republican has won New York since Ronald Reagan in 1980 and 1984. Still, local observers don't completely rule out the possibility that Trump -- and his trademark unpredictability -- could force Clinton to spend precious resources defending the state.

Race for Farley's Senate seat could get crowded

49TH SENATE DISTRICT

Race for Farley's Senate seat could get crowded


Republican Assemblyman James Tedisco is flirting with running for Hugh Farley’s seat with the senior senator already throwing his support behind him.

Chris Gibson not running for governor

ALBANY

Chris Gibson not running for governor

U.S. Rep Chris Gibson, R-Kinderhook, says he will not be running for governor in 2018.

Run on GOP ticket with Trump? Big names are fleeing

Run on GOP ticket with Trump? Big names are fleeing

A remarkable range of leading Republicans have been emphatic publicly or privately that they do not want to be considered as Donald Trump’s running mate.

Three vying for two seats on Schenectady school board

SCHENECTADY

Three vying for two seats on Schenectady school board

Schenectady City School District voters next month will have a chance to stick with experience, opt for a newcomer or split the difference.

Capital Region voters flocked to the polls

CAPITAL REGION

Capital Region voters flocked to the polls

Saratoga County Election Commissioner Roger Scheira doesn’t recall an election when the phone rang as much as it did during New York’s presidential primaries on Tuesday.

 Trump, Clinton victorious in New York primary

CAPITAL REGION

Trump, Clinton victorious in New York primary

Democrat Bernie Sanders was favored in upstate counties over statewide winner Hillary Clinton, and Republican Donald Trump cruised to victory over his Republican contenders among Capital Region voters on Tuesday.

Voters' voices on the New York primary

CAPITAL REGION

Voters' voices on the New York primary

Our reporters are at polling places across the Capital Region talking to voters. The latest from the field:

Voters complain polls open late for New York primary

CAPITAL REGION

Voters complain polls open late for New York primary


Hours before polls opened Tuesday for primary voting, election officials were getting phone calls.

CAPITAL REGION

Capital Region officials brace for rare busy primary day


In what promises to be one of the busiest days in New York primary history, state Attorney General Eric T. Schneidermann wants to make sure the process works the way it’s supposed to.

Kasich brings positive message to Schenectady

SCHENECTADY

Kasich brings positive message to Schenectady

John Kasich thinks his positive campaign message can appeal broadly across the country — if only he can get people to hear it.

Facts, figures and information on primaries

10 questions for primary voters:

Things to know when voting in state’s primary

CAPITAL REGION

Things to know when voting in state’s primary


Before heading into the voting booth Tuesday for New York’s presidential primary, there are a few things you should know. Especially you Democrats.

The face in the mirror matters most in the Empire State primary

The face in the mirror matters most in the Empire State primary

And as the nation focuses its attention-even more than usual-on New York and its presidential primary, it's highlighting the foibles and peculiarities of not just the candidates themselves, but on the challenges of campaigning in the Empire State, where authenticity is prized above all.

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