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Queens Councilman Claims Ties to Liberal Speaker Help His GOP Minority Leader Bid

Councilman Eric Ulrich, a Republican from Queens, argued to the Observer today that his close relationship with Progressive Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito only strengthens his bid to replace resigning Staten Island Councilman… 640 more words

Nancy Pelosi Backs Andrew Cuomo's Push for Nation's 'Toughest' Campus Rape Law

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s efforts to enact what he called the “toughest law” in the nation to protect victims of campus rape got a national boost today from U.S. 895 more words

Cuomo on Senate Leadership: 'I Will Work With Whoever They Send Me'

As State Senate Republicans are set to huddle and consider their conference’s leadership in the wake of criminal charges against Senator Dean Skelos, Gov. Andrew Cuomo today wouldn’t offer up a preference for a successor. 485 more words

Melissa Mark-Viverito Is Also Not Ready to Endorse Hillary Clinton

A slew of local elected officials have jumped to endorse Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential bid—but Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito isn’t one one of them. 526 more words

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Former Council Speaker Christine Quinn To Join Cuomo Admin. As Special Adviser

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Former New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is joining Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration as a special adviser.

Quinn will be a part-time staffer until mid-April, when she’s expected to wrap up her position as a resident fellow at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics, WCBS 880 reported.  218 more words

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Christine Quinn Is Going to Work for Andrew Cuomo

First Harvard, now Albany.

Christine Quinn, the former City Council speaker and candidate for mayor, is joining the Cuomo administration as a special adviser, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office announced today. 269 more words

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Christine Quinn Is Going to Harvard

Christine Quinn lost a mayoral race to Bill de Blasio, and now she’s heading to his hometown.

The former City Council speaker will be a spring resident fellow… 235 more words