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Nassau County wrinkles as young adults leave the suburbs

Looks like Nassau County’s future population is in with the old and out with the young.

According to projections made the demographic study by Nassau County’s Office of the Comptroller… 386 more words


Bob Turner Wants The Senate Primary Ballots Impounded

Political candidates generally impound ballots in elections where there is suspected voter fraud, Congressman Bob Turner’s campaign says they want the ballots in today’s three-way Republican Senate primary impounded just to be on the safe side of things. 255 more words

Bob Turner

Wendy Long Would Refuse to Attend A Gay Wedding

The three candidates seeking the Republican nomination to challenge Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand debated last night and several interesting moments came up when discussing the same sex marriage New York enacted last year. 335 more words

Bob Turner

Who Will Win The New York Times Congressional Endorsements?

Last month, The Observer wrote a piece detailing how the New York Times endorsement process works, what the editorial board looks for in a candidate, and how much getting the gray lady’s nod determines who emerges victorious on election day. 1,011 more words

Bob Turner

Wendy Long Sneaks in Dig at 'Jerry Springer Culture'

Attorney Wendy Long, campaigning for the Republican nomination to take on Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, blasted City Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott for backing a switch up of the songs at a kindergarten graduation, and in doing so, slipped in an attack on one of her rivals, Rep. 211 more words

Bob Turner

Forbes for Long

This morning, Wendy Long continued to roll out endorsements in her campaign for the Republican nomination to take on Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. First it was Grover Norquist… 140 more words

Bob Turner

New Poll Shows Cuomo's Approval Rating Taking a Slight Hit

A new Siena Research Institute poll of voters in New York State shows that, while still high, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s favorability ratings are at their lowest since he took office in 2011. 451 more words

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