Long Island Newsday
The Working Families Party, which pushes a progressive platform, is wrestling over whether to endorse a governor who calls himself progressive.
WFP committee members aired their grievances against Democrat Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in a lengthy conference call Tuesday with many “urging leadership to look for alternate candidates,” participants said.
With campaign finance overhaul and the creation of a public financing system for elections among the items left hanging in the ongoing budget negotiations, advocates for change gathered Tuesday morning for the release of a report on the state’s top political donors and the political entities that take their money.
The Utica Phoenix
On Wednesday, March 26th, at 4pm, the Alliance for Quality Education, students, parents, teachers will be picketing and holding signs in front of the State Office Building to hold Assemblyman Brindisi and Senator Griffo accountable to their promises of increased school aid for Utica schools.
WHERE: Sidewalk in front of the Utica State Office Building
207 Genesee Street
HCFANY steering committee members Mark Hannay of Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign and Heidi Sigfried of New Yorkers for Accessible Health Coverage “speak-out” to stop surprise medical bills by sharing consumer stories