from Ballot Access News
New York City Final Official Vote Count is 17% Higher than Election Night Tally
December 2nd, 2010
New York state is still tallying the official results for the November 2, 2010. However, the New York city Board of Elections has just finished its tally. According to this story, its final official count of the number of votes cast is 17% higher than the total reported a few days after the election.… Read more ...
an occasional column by David McReynolds
Winning on Tuesday
One is tempted to blame the tardiness of these comments on the matter of age, having just turned 81. But let’s not use false excuses – it was a combination of a trip to California combined with a computer which had to be taken in for servicing (thanks to Carmen Trotta and Bruce Cronin for their help), which delayed writing this important election eve piece.… Read more ...
The Daily Beast has posted a video from the 2010 Hofstra NY Governor Debate with highlights of Jimmy McMillan’s comments. The video now shows as having 1,086,121 views since the debate Monday evening.
The video comments read:
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October 18, 2010 — In a debate expected to be dominated by top New York governor candidates Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino, Jimmy McMillan of the Rent Is Too Damn High Party provided the fireworks.
Below is an opinion piece by Ian Wilder, my co-blogger at onthewilderside.com -KW
OK, the corporate media keep playing up the face-off between Republican governor candidate Carl Paladino and Democratic governor candidate Andrew Cuomo like it is some kind of WWE event. I realize that they are their boys, but someone’s gotta point out that not only isn’t this Connecticut, but you couldn’t slip a Koch family contribution between their economic austerity plans.… Read more ...
From a Howie Hawkins press release posted onthewilderside:
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Attacking the very notion of a “jobless recovery”, Howie Hawkins‘ latest video contrasts reports of renewed Wall Street profits with real New York citizens passionately questioning why we haven’t seen as significant an increase in employment.of New York State governor candidate
(excerpt from) NY Daily News
by Celeste Katz / September 29, 2010 4:44 PM
The state Conservative Party just okayed Republican Carl Paladino as their gubernatorial candidate in a voice vote, our Glenn Blain reports.
The vote came after Paladino’s former GOP primary rival, ex-Rep.Rick Lazio, withdrew from the race this week…