The big campaign news over Labor Day Weekend was a poll showing Lee Zeldin only four points behind Kathy Hochul.
Candidates have more technology at the fingertips than ever, but retail politics continues to play a major role in today’s political campaigns.
Kathy Hochul’s comment that Lee Zeldin is not a New Yorker brought back memories of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 remarks about ‘deplorables.’
Lee Zeldin could find himself confronting a political dilemma if Carl Paladino wins Tuesday’s congressional primary.
New York’s gubernatorial candidates are tweeting more about crime and public safety than any other topic.
Not every difference between Kathy Hochul and Lee Zeldin are obvious.
An attack at a campaign rally has given GOP gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin the type of exposure can’t be bought.
By Richard Lee While Kathy Hochul and Lee Zeldin trade barbs on the campaign trail, the two gubernatorial candidates are making good use of the elected positions they already hold. As governor, Hochul is effectively employing a Rose Garden strategy,… Read More ›
By Richard Lee Major League Baseball will take its annual mid-season break for the All-Star Game this week. Wouldn’t it be great if political campaigns did the same? In political campaigns, the stakes are high and time is always short…. Read More ›