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New York Primary 2010: Newspaper Endorsments

Your guide to who's been endorsed by the major papers.

Monday, September 13, 2010

New York City's major newspapers are starting to offer their endorsements for candidates in Tuesday's primary. Here's the list, and we'll continue to update as they come in. And be sure to visit It's A Free Country's Insider's Guide to the Primary for lots more information.

The New York Times

  • Republican Primary for New York Governor: Rick Lazio
  • Democratic Primary for Attorney General: Eric T. Schneiderman
  • Democratic Congressional 14th District Primary: Carolyn Maloney
  • Democratic Congressional 15th District Primary: Joyce Johnson
  • Democratic State Senate, 33rd District Primary: Gustavo Rivera
  • Democratic State Senate, 31st District Primary: Adriano Espaillat.
  • Democratic State Senate, 10th District Primary: Lynn Nunes

New York Post

  • Republican U.S. Senate Primary: David Malpass
  • Democratic Primary for Attorney General: Sean Coffey
  • Democratic State Senate, 30th District Primary: Basil Smikle

Daily News

  • Republican Primary for New York Governor: no endorsement
  • Democratic Primary for Attorney General: Eric Dinallo
  • Democratic Congressional 14th District Primary: Reshma Saujani
  • Democratic State Senate, 30th District Primary: Basil Smikle
  • Democratic State Senate, 33rd District Primary: Gustavo Rivera
  • Democratic State Senate, 31st District Primary: Mark Levine
  • Democratic State Senate, 10th District Primary: Lynn Nunes

El Diario

  • Democratic Primary for Attorney General: Eric T. Schneiderman
  • Democratic State Senate, 31st District Primary: Adriano Espaillat
  • Democratic State Senate, 32nd District Primary: Carlos Ramos
  • Democratic State Senate, 33rd District Primary: Gustavo Rivera
  • Democratic State Assembly, 39th District Primary: Francisco Moya
  • Democratic State Assembly, 68th District Primary: John Ruiz
  • Democratic State Assembly, 72nd District Primary: Guillermo Linares

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Comments [4]

Arlene from Sheepshead Bay

What happens if I leave an office blank? Will that somehow jeopardize my other choices?

Sep. 13 2010 07:43 PM
John from Washington Heights

It's good to see that the Daily News had the courage to pick Levine over the nepotistic/old-school politician Espaillat.

The Times mad a big mistake in my opinion. Vote for Mark Levine tomorrow! I don't want another senator who is a servant to landlords, gives state money to friends and family and tries to divide our communities by ethnicity/nationality/etc.

Mar Levine is the clear choice in the 31st District.

Sep. 13 2010 07:38 PM
Richard Yeh

Mason, your address is an interesting one -- even Google Maps can't seem to pull up 35-11 on 85th Street. You can try this link as an alternate search for your districts: http://gis.nyc.gov/vote/ps/index.htm

Sep. 13 2010 01:41 PM
Mason from Queens

Your map for district determinations says that my address: 35-11 85th St., Jackson Heights, NY 11372 does not exist. I tried to reenter the address as: 3511 85th St.

Sep. 13 2010 11:39 AM

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