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Democratic candidate for governor Andrew Cuomo's was in Rochester Friday at a rally with running mate and Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy.
The poll released Thursday morning shows Andrew Cuomo at 57% and Carl Paladino at 24%. It is in sharp contrast to a Quinnipiac Poll that has Paladino within six percentage points.
Republican nominee and Tea Party favorite Carl Paladino trails Democratic nominee Andrew Cuomo by 6 percentage points in the race for governor.
Rick Lazio lost the Republican primary for Governor, but what he does as the Conservative party nominee is very important to the party this election year.
WXXI News Director Julie Philipp analyzes the results in New York's Primary election with Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt and NY NOW's Matt Ryan.
Here are results from the key races in the primary elections.
Republicans will choose a candidate for Governor and Democrats will choose an Attorney General candidate in the statewide primary election today.
Tuesday's Primary election will feature the first widespread usage of new voting machines locally and around the state.
With fewer than 100 days until this year's general election, we preview federal and state races local voters will be deciding.
On call 24 hours a day for the past five years, a group of senior citizens has made history by greeting nearly 800,000 American troops at a tiny airport in Bangor, Maine.
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