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Will Primary Day Pack Any Surprises for Democrats?

Voter turnout is expected to be around 10 percent, experts say.

Consolidation Advocates Keep Pressure on Special Taxing Districts

The status quo has a lot of staying power, but there have been developments in consolidating Long Island special districts.

Nassau Legislator Banned from Caucus After Alleged Racial Remark

"Let's make this very clear and very concise, Legislator Birnbaum is banned from the minority caucus and the Democratic caucus."

Cuomo Draws Supporters, Protesters to Suffolk Fundraiser

While those rallying outside protested Cuomo’s position on issues ranging from education to the environment and gun rights, Democrats inside called the fundraiser a success.

Did Cuomo Use DiNapoli as ‘Sacrificial Lamb’ to Scuttle Campaign Finance...

“This is not the comprehensive reform New Yorkers deserve.”

5 Candidates Vie to Replace Carolyn McCarthy

“There is the possibility of a primary contest."

Gunfire at the Castle: Who Shot Oheka’s Owner? And Why?

One thing’s for sure: Someone wants Gary Melius dead.

Inside the Secret World of Long Island Politics: Election Night 2013

“Dump ’em!” sniped D’Amato. “Dump Cablevision. FiOS is much better and cheaper.”

Mangano Defeats Suozzi In Nassau County Executive Race

“I feel so blessed that I’m able to continue in this job."

Wink Clears Way for Weitzman in Nassau Comptroller Race

“As Yogi Berra would say, ‘This is déjà vu all over again.’”