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  • Accused fraudster contributed to local GOP senators

     
    Stephen Walsh of Sands Point, former New York Islanders owner and executive accused in a big investment fraud (at left in photo), gave thousands over recent years to Nassau GOP Senate candidates Dean Skelos, Kemp Hannon, Michael Balboni, Barbara......
  • Silence of the political lambs in Levittown

     
    Local politicians are reputed to be attentive to their community, keeping an ear to the ground to detect problems before they become too big to solve. That does not appear to be case in Levittown, or the pols knew......
  • Dems outnumber G.O.P. in two more S.D.'s on L.I.

     
    New enrollment figures show that in the 4th Senate District, represented by Owen Johnson (R-Babylon), active Democrats now outnumber active Republicans, 61,334 to 60,713. Democrats also surpassed Republicans in the 6th S.D., where Kemp Hannon (R-Garden...
  • Senate Dems aim early mail at GOP Senators

     
    More than 20 months before the next election, Senate Democrats are already sending mail into the districts of marginal Senate Republicans, including 79-year-old Senate Veteran Owen Johnson. Mailings have also gone in the districts of Sen. Kemp Hannon (R-...
  • Lighthouse project advances, causes political ripples

     
    The biggest loser wasn???t even at the table during last week???s meeting on the Lighthouse project. Kristen McElroy is still the Democratic candidate against Republican Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray, but the race lost much of its oomph......
  • LI's state Senators: 2 of 9 backed 'initiative' bill

     
    After two hours of debate, the State Senate adopted a local-government consolidation bill pushed by Attorney General Andrew Cuomo. The vote was 46 to 16. Democrats shot down Republican attempts to exempt fire districts and library districts. Sources...
  • Senate coup: The weekend in brief

     
    Even if it has no practical impact on the frenzied politics leading up to today's court showdown and scheduled session, the symbolic message of "Gang of Two" members Espada and Monserrate hitting the Mets-Yanks showdown together Saturday made for......
  • Christine Quinn Weeps Over Same-Sex Marriage; Protesters Rally

    Christine Quinn Weeps Over Same-Sex Marriage; Protesters Rally
    New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn broke down at the podium of a press conference Thursday morning when asked about the Senate's rejection of the same-sex marriage bill. "My father is 83-years-old. Kim's father is 83-years-old," Quinn said...
  • Mejias Drops Out Of Senate Race Amid Stalking Charges

    Mejias Drops Out Of Senate Race Amid Stalking Charges
    Former Nassau County legislator Dave Mejias -- attempting to unseat New York State Sen. Kemp Hannon, -- announced he is bowing out of the race after being accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend. Mejias, 39, made the announcement Thursday at the tony...