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NY1 Voter Guide 2010

NY1 provides ballot information and voting resources for New York City residents heading to the polls for Tuesday's citywide elections.

Updated 11/02/2010 05:51 PM

Cuomo Vows To Clean Up Albany, But Not On "Day 1"

For the first time since Election Day, Governor-elect Andrew Cuomo spoke publically today about his plans for the office – vowing to clean up Albany, but on his own timetable.

Cuomo Vows To Clean Up Albany, But Not On "Day 1"

Updated 11/04/2010 01:20 PM

Candidates Backed By Bloomberg See Success At The Polls

Mayor Michael Bloomberg was busy this election season, issuing endorsements for a number of candidates in local and national races, and saw the majority of them come out victorious.

Candidates Backed By Bloomberg See Success At The Polls

Updated 11/03/2010 07:25 PM

Republicans Confident In Restoring State Senate Majority

Democrats may be celebrating their sweep of the state's top jobs, but Republicans are hoping to eke out a victory of their own and retake control of the State Senate.

Republicans Confident In Restoring State Senate Majority

11/03/2010 08:08 PM

Day After Victory, Cuomo Lays Low

Andrew Cuomo spent his first day as governor-elect behind the scenes in Manhattan Wednesday as he prepares to take over as the state's 56th governor.

Day After Victory, Cuomo Lays Low

11/03/2010 06:57 PM

Like Father, Like Son

Cuomo Claims Governorship As Schumer, Gillibrand, Schneiderman Win

Democrat Andrew Cuomo cruised to victory in the New York State governor's race Tuesday night, while Charles Schumer, Kirsten Gillibrand and Eric Schneiderman also came out on top in what's being cast as a pivotal election for the state and the nation. | View complete election returns.

<span style="font-size:40pt; line-height:1">Like Father, Like Son</br></span><p><span style="font-size: 14pt; line-height:1.3">Cuomo Claims Governorship As Schumer, Gillibrand, Schneiderman Win</span>

Updated 11/03/2010 03:24 PM

On The Issues Part 4: Social Issues Dominate Campaign For Governor

Whether it's abortion, the death penalty or immigration, there are vast differences between the two leading candidates for governor, Democrat Andrew Cuomo and Republican Carl Paladino. In the final report of his series, NY1's Josh Robin looks at social issues in the race for Albany.

<i>On The Issues Part 4:</i> Social Issues Dominate Campaign For Governor

10/29/2010 10:11 PM

On The Issues Part 3: MTA Is Candidates' Common Enemy

Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino are rivals for the governor's seat, but when it comes to the issue of transportation they share a common enemy: the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

<i>On The Issues Part 3:</i> MTA Is Candidates' Common Enemy

10/22/2010 07:19 PM

On The Issues Part 2: Candidates Take Different Approaches To Reform

Part 2 of Josh Robin's series "On The Issues" examines how gubernatorial candidates Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino would differ in their approach to reforming Albany.

<i>On The Issues Part 2:</i> Candidates Take Different Approaches To Reform

10/15/2010 04:51 PM

On The Issues Part 1: Cuomo, Paladino Have Different Plans For Improving Economy

Part 1 of Josh Robin's series "On The Issues" examines what gubernatorial candidates Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino would do about the economy if elected.

<i>On The Issues Part 1:</i> Cuomo, Paladino Have Different Plans For Improving Economy

10/09/2010 01:05 AM

Struggle For Power: Tea Party Message Puts Queens Senate District In Play

A Queens senate district that used to be a Republican stronghold but is currently held by a freshman Democrat has found itself on the shortlist of races that could tip the scale of power come January.

<i>Struggle For Power:</i> Tea Party Message Puts Queens Senate District In Play

10/16/2010 03:14 PM

Struggle For Power: Independents Could Tip Outcome Of Upstate Senate Race

A battle being waged in the Albany area could play a big part in who controls the State Senate come January.

<i>Struggle For Power:</i> Independents Could Tip Outcome Of Upstate Senate Race

10/14/2010 07:16 PM

Struggle For Power: Long Island Senate District Becomes Pricey Battleground

A State Senate campaign on Long Island is turning into one of the most competitive legislative battles this fall as its outcome could have a major impact in the capitol next year.

<i>Struggle For Power:</i> Long Island Senate District Becomes Pricey Battleground

10/13/2010 11:35 PM

Struggle For Power: GOP Incumbent Looks To Keep Seat In Contentious Queens District

Voter anger, ethical lapses, and the recession are giving New York Republicans a window of opportunity to regain control of the State Senate. In the second installment of her series, NY1 political reporter Erin Billups takes a look at a Queens race that could threaten the GOP's golden opportunity.

<i>Struggle For Power:</i> GOP Incumbent Looks To Keep Seat In Contentious Queens District

10/12/2010 07:34 PM

Struggle For Power: Control Of State Senate Up For Grabs This November

While the races for statewide office are getting the most attention this political season, the fight to control the State Senate is also heating up.

<i>Struggle For Power:</i> Control Of State Senate Up For Grabs This November

10/11/2010 08:56 PM

Crooked Lines, Part 4: Reform Efforts Met With Support, Resistance

Advocates say the way legislative districts are drawn creates noncompetitive elections, breeds corruption and is a leading cause of Albany dysfunction. There is a movement for reform, but as Bobby Cuza explains in the fourth and final installment of his "Crooked Lines" series, one man could stand in the way.

<i>Crooked Lines, Part 4:</i> Reform Efforts Met With Support, Resistance

09/30/2010 06:55 PM

Crooked Lines, Part 3: State's Prison Population Becomes Political Pawn

Prisoners may not be able to vote, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t used for political advantage. As NY1 political reporter Bobby Cuza explains in part three of his "Crooked Lines" series, when it comes time to draw district lines, prisoners have proved to be a valuable commodity

<i>Crooked Lines, Part 3:</i> State's Prison Population Becomes Political Pawn

09/29/2010 07:30 PM

Crooked Lines, Part 2: For State Lawmakers, Job Security Lies Within The (District) Map

State lawmakers usually win reelection with little or no opposition, and critics say that’s no accident. As Bobby Cuza explains in part two of his "Crooked Lines" series, because lawmakers draw their own district lines, opponents can be almost literally wiped off the map.

<i>Crooked Lines, Part 2:</i> For State Lawmakers, Job Security Lies Within The (District) Map

Updated 09/29/2010 11:54 AM

Crooked Lines, Part 1: State's Redistricting Called Into Question

Every 10 years after the U.S. Census is taken, the boundaries of New York’s political districts are redrawn to reflect shifts in population. But the way those lines are drawn have raised eyebrows over the years. In part one of our series, NY1's Bobby Cuza examines why some say it’s the number one reform needed in Albany.

<i>Crooked Lines, Part 1:</i> State's Redistricting Called Into Question

09/27/2010 08:27 PM

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