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Two nonpartisan advocacy groups are offering help to New Yorkers going to the polls. The New York Public Interest Research Group and Common Cause/NY say they're running a nonpartisan voter helpline on Tuesday. It will be available from 6 a.m....
There are six amendments on Tuesday’s ballot, ranging from whether New York should allow seven resort style gambling casinos, to whether judges should be allowed to serve on the bench until the age of 80. Here’s a run down: Proposition...
Republican Rich David will face Teri Rennia in tomorrow’s election for Mayor of Binghamton. All Things Considered host Crystal Sarakas spoke with David earlier today as the campaign was nearing an end. CS: Mr. David, thanks so much for taking...
Binghamton voters go to the polls tomorrow to choose a new mayor. All Things Considered host Crystal Sarkas spoke with Democratic Council President Teri Rennia today as the last full day of campaigning came to a close. CRYSTAL SARAKAS: Mrs. Rennia,...
If you’re a person of a certain age — say about 50 — you’ll remember when going to the casino meant a trip all the way to Las Vegas. It seems almost quaint now, but just a generation ago, casinos were outlawed in 49 of 50...
New York is set to launch the first statewide effort in the nation using an innovative school-to-career program. More than 6,000 New York students are expected to join the program in 2014. It teaches high school students additional workplace skills...