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  • Trunzo: Silence is golden

     
    Transcripts reveal that Caesar Trunzo hasn't uttered a single word on the floor of the Senate for two years. Not one? We didn't know he had been a movie star back in the day:......
  • A student journalist's recent foray into GOP Islip

     
    This fall Long Islander Ryan Bonner, a student at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, has been working the Suffolk County terrain of the widely-watched Foley-Trunzo race, where dissatisfaction within the GOP is well-known and continually cited...
  • Siena: Is Trunzo really 22 behind?

     
    If all the Siena College polls of state Senate races are right, Democrats will take over the Senate -- holding on to Bill Stachowski's seat in a tough race in Buffalo, defeating GOP incumbent Serph Maltese in Queens, and wiping......
  • Dramatic turn in Foley-Trunzo numbers: For real?

     
    As earlier posted here by James T. Madore, the Siena poll this morning reports what -- if accurate -- would be a remarkable surge for Brookhaven Supervisor Brian Foley in his efforts to unseat veteran state Sen. Caesar Trunzo......
  • Islip's Nolan: A release for fellow supervisor Foley

     
    Islip???s Democratic Supervisor Philip Nolan came out and endorsed his Brookhaven counterpart Brian Foley for State Senate last week, but Nolan???s support came in a press release, not a full-blown news conference. Nolan???s muted support may have...
  • The post-election landscape: Suffolk looks ahead

     
    With polls opening early tomorrow, political insiders are already looking ahead to the post-election landscape. Republicans, for example, are already whispering that hard-working first-timer Lee Zeldin 28, a lawyer and Iraq vet (photo, right), would...
  • Robocalls: Alec Baldwin for Foley in Suffolk

     
    The New York League of Conservation Voters, backing Brian Foley in his race against Caesar Trunzo in Suffolk, has moved a robocall from Alec Baldwin into the rotation. In some quarters, he's become a parody of liberal bombast. Not in......
  • Ten for Monday: 24 hours to go

     
    Tradition says you end positive, but the presidential campaigns were still throwing jabs yesterday as the race entered its final hours with Obama holding a persistent lead in almost every poll. McCain pressed his bid for a historic comeback......
  • Phony 'gay marriage' calls target Senate Democrats

     
    Phony robocalls went out over the weekend to some of the state's most hotly contested state Senate districts, purportedly from a gay newspaper endorsing Democratic Senate contenders because they back ???legalized gay marriage.??? The automated call says...
  • GOP Senate: Acting glum

     
    Dan Janison reports from the Rockville Centre Republican Club, where GOP Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos is hidden away and the vibe is glum. Perhaps funereal. Some people are tearful, some are hugging each other. With Caesar Trunzo and Serph......
  • NY Senate: Still up in the air

     
    We've been negligent keeping track of the NY Senate battle, but right now it looks a little dicey for the GOP, which started the nigh with a margin of only one seat. According to our Albany bureau: Caesar Trunzo is......
  • Ten for Wednesday: Age of Obama: Yes, he did!

     
    Obama wins the presidency with a majority vote -- the first African-American, in a resounding repudiation of Bush and an embrace of change. He racked up 349 Electoral Votes, with North Carolina and Missouri still too close to call......