New York Governor
But the “Sex and the City” star, who's running for New York governor, said there’s nothing “inherently wrong with celebrity in politics."
As educators, we understand the benefits of letting young people learn from their mistakes. By incarcerating them as adults, we set them on a path that makes further education almost impossible, condemns them to a dismal future and costs society significantly more than evidence-based diversion practices.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) fended off a challenge from Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino (R) and was re-elected
But Cuomo's problems -- and Teachout's increasing presence -- have done little damage with voters. If Cuomo wins the Democratic
From her grassroots supporters in the Hudson Valley to her loyal students who pressured Cuomo to a debate, Zephyr Teachout, a current professor of law at Fordham University, is looking to call Cuomo out and take New York by storm.
But as the New York Times editorial board points out, Cuomo's current stance is quite different from that of 2002, when he
Zephyr Teachout, the Fordham University law professor challenging New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in next week's Democratic primary
Randy Credico, Governor Andrew Cuomo's opponent in the upcoming September 9 Democratic Primary was arrested and handcuffed yesterday for making a video of two white police officers arresting a Black man in the subway.
Funding the "most valuable" part of the campaign costs the least, according to Wu. Support from Lessig's backers could provide
"I don't know if Zephyr Teachout has any chance against the machine, but I think it's important for people to come out that
A spokesman for the governor's office declined to comment on the administration's insistence that staffers don't use personal
Supreme Court rulings from Citizens United to the recent McCutcheon case have made a mockery of campaign finance reform and opened the floodgates. Two in three Americans say they trust government less because big Super PAC donors have so much more influence than they do. One in four say they are less likely to vote as a result.