New York primary

5:34am

Tue August 13, 2013
Politics

Mayoral candidate Pat Hogan talks about equal rights

Syracuse Common Councilor Pat Hogan is challenging Mayor Stephanie Miner in a Democratic primary.
Ryan Delaney WRVO

Syracuse Common Councilor Pat Hogan has unveiled an equal rights plan as part of his campaign for mayor and criticized the city’s handling of police use of force on a bus patron in the spring.

Hogan is challenging fellow Democrat Mayor Stephanie Miner in a primary next month.

The councilor, from the Tipp Hill neighborhood, says he’s deeply troubled by the case of Brad Hulett. Hulett, who has a disability, was hit by a taser by city police officers in May while on a public bus after he refused to sit down.

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9:21am

Wed April 25, 2012
Politics and Government

Romney rolls in New York, despite low voter turnout

Gage Skidmore via Flickr

Mitt Romney won New York’s presidential primary Tuesday without much difficulty. Romney won 62.4% of the vote statewide. Ron Paul finished second, picking up 15.7%. Newt Gingrich finished third, with 12.9% and Rick Santorum picked up 9% of the vote, despite dropping out of the race earlier this month.

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