Peter Italia of Rutland says he's the person being voluntarily quarantined by Vermont health officials after he returned from a private visit to West Africa where he went to investigate the Ebola outbreak.
It’s “déjà vote” in the race for New York’s 46th district state Senate seat.
No—this isn’t an old story from 2012. State Senator Cecilia Tkaczyk, a Democrat, and former Republican Assemblyman George Amedore are in a rematch for New York’s newest state Senate district, and they’re relitigating some old arguments.
As was two years ago, the focus is again on big money, PACs and George Soros. Some observers, including the Amedore campaign, believe Tkaczyk's 18-vote squeaker happened because of money.
With polls showing her leading the race for New York’s 21st Congressional district, Republican Elise Stefanik began a new drive to election day today with a get out the vote tour beginning in Plattsburgh. The “New Ideas, New Generation” kickoff focused on jobs and economic development.
A New York City woman, whom authorities allege was the ringleader of a large auto insurance fraud scheme in western Massachusetts, has pleaded not guilty to additional charges.
A judge in Northampton increased by $100 the original $100,000 bail set for 55 year old Lefen Chen at her arraignment on a new grand jury indictment. Chen is now facing 167 counts of insurance fraud, perjury, and conspiracy. Assistant Northwestern DA Steve Gagne said Chen allegedly helped people from New York falsely register and insure their cars in western Massachusetts.
General Electric disagrees with the Environmental Protection Agency’s cleanup plan for the contaminated Housatonic River. The company argues the proposal goes against EPA precedents, causing unnecessary destruction to the river’s ecosystem and the lives of people living nearby.
An experimental public campaign finance system for the state Comptroller’s race has fizzled, after the lone candidate who applied for the program failed to meet the minimum threshold to obtain the public monies.
The pilot public campaign financing program was limited to just the state Comptroller’s race as part of a state budget deal.
It was widely condemned at the time by reform groups as fatally flawed. Blair Horner of the New York Public Interest Research Group called it “cynical.”
Third-party candidates often look to young voters to boost their campaigns. The Green Party candidate seeking New York’s 21st district U.S. House seat held by retiring Democrat Bill Owens was on the SUNY Plattsburgh campus Wednesday evening.