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The morning after his decisive primary win, Gov. Andrew Cuomo all but dismissed the idea that he had been threatened by an insurgent wave.

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The jaw-dropping outcomes in many of Thursday’s primary elections has political pros and journalists trying to interpret the message voters sent in sweeping out six of the eight ex-members of the Independent Democratic Conference — and what it portends for the future. Once again, Gov. Cuomo...

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He’s the biggest loser in Thursday’s primaries — state Sen. Jeff Klein will probably end up spending more than $3 million in his stunning loss to a 32-year-old first-time candidate. The Klein slayer is Alessandra Biaggi, granddaughter of the late Bronx Rep. Mario Biaggi and a former lawyer in...

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Ms. Nixon laid claim to a number of accomplishments in her primary defeat to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but still lost in a landslide.

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Cynthia Nixon, Jumaane Williams and Zephyr Teachout all fell short in Thursday’s Democratic primaries. But former members of the state Senate’s Independent Democratic Caucus got wiped out. That leaves the party’s left still feeling its oats. After all, Gov. Cuomo has been shifting their way....

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The New York governor's victory over Cynthia Nixon furthers the myth of the 'inevitable' candidate

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Joe Percoco, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former top aide and longtime close pal, finally expressed some remorse over actions that led to his conviction in March on corruption charges. “I lay awake at night filled not only with the fear of what is to come for me, or the pain or embarrassment that I have...

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NEW YORK >> New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo easily beat back a primary challenge from activist and actress Cynthia Nixon today, thwarting her attempt to become the latest insurgent liberal to knock off an establishment Democrat.

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Leaders of the Working Families Party rejected a potential deal to back Gov. Andrew Cuomo in November’s general election after the two-term incumbent trounced their candidate, Cynthia Nixon, in the Democratic primary, according to sources. The issue came up during a conference call among WFP...

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