Congressman Chris Gibson

  Retiring Congressman Chris Gibson of Kinderhook is meeting with the press in just a few minutes to discuss his exploratory committee to run for governor of New York in 2018.

But the Republican talked with WAMC’s Alan Chartock on the Congressional Corner first. 

  Upstate New York will have a new look in the House come 2017.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Representative Chris Gibson tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock about his final year in office. 

  If New York sends a resident to the White House, it won’t be George Pataki.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Representative Chris Gibson tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock why it wasn’t the former three-term governor’s time. 

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After months of hints, New York state Assemblyman Pete Lopez officially announced his candidacy for the 19th Congressional District seat  being vacated by Chris Gibson on Monday. Lopez joins a list of hopefuls eyeing the 2016 elections.

  We just had an election day, but 2016 and 2018 loom in the distance.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Representative Chris Gibson tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock about his plans for a potential statewide race. 

  There’s a new sheriff in town.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Representative Chris Gibson tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock about his expectations for Speaker Paul Ryan. 

  Many elected officials would be out of a job if we had term limits.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Representative Chris Gibson tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock why he supports them. 

 One way or another, one Congressional district in our region is getting a new representative.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York representative Sean Patrick Maloney tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that he has worked well with retiring Republican Chris Gibson. 

  Congressman Chris Gibson of New York’s 19th District is exploring the possibility of running for Governor of New York in 2018. 

In today’s Congressional Corner he speaks with Alan Chartock about some important things to be considered before he makes a decision. 

  United States Congress people aren’t subject to term limits.

In today’s Congressional Corner Alan Chartock speaks with New York Congressman Chris Gibson about his self-imposed term limit and potential future plans.

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