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Old-School New York Labor Leader Girds for Potential Cuomo Administration

Friday, October 29, 2010

In the fifth installment of a five-part series called "The New York Vote," WNYC and Capital New York check in with Lillian Roberts, leader of the city's largest public-employee union, at the end of what has been a particularly tough electoral cycle for organized labor.

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A Professional Reader of Voters’ Minds Discusses His ‘Blunt Instrument’

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

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In the fourth of a five-part series called "The New York Vote," a partnership between WNYC and Capital New York, Mickey Carroll, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute explains how he moved from polling skeptic to believer.

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For an Immigrant-Wrangling Campaign Volunteer, No Enthusiasm Gap

Friday, October 22, 2010

This is the third in a new five-part series called "The New York Vote," a partnership between WNYC and Capital New York. We will be painting a portrait of the New York electorate in 2010, as explained by a diverse cast of political players.

Today, the vantage point of an immigrant activist on Staten Island. There is no enthusiasm gap for her from 2008, when she worked for Barack Obama, and 2010, when she is fighting to elect Michael McMahon against a Tea Party challenger.

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David Paterson: The Voter Revolution Is Not Here

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

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This is the second in a new five-part series called "The New York Vote," a partnership between WNYC and Capital New York. We will be painting a portrait of the New York electorate in 2010, as explained by a diverse cast of political players.

Today, the vantage point of Governor David Paterson. As he prepares to leave office after a career in politics, the former state senator and lieutenant governor says the election of a single individual isn't going to change Albany.

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In the Age of the Tea Party, Who Are the New York Conservatives?

Friday, October 15, 2010

This is the first in a new five-part series called "The New York Vote," a partnership between WNYC and Capital New York. We will be painting a portrait of the New York electorate in 2010, as explained by a diverse cast of political players. To begin, we interviewed Michael Long, the 70-year-old chairman of the New York State Conservative Party.

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