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Whichever party wins control of the state Senate on Nov. 8, they will likely have to govern along with a breakaway faction of Democrats who have been key to the power structure for several years now.

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If the New York state Senate is controlled by Democrats after the election, taxing and spending policies could see some differences. 

Climate Super PAC Pursues PA’s College Vote In Presidential Campaign

Nov 3, 2016
Emma Lee, WHYY

Climate activists are pushing hard to register millennials to vote in the hope that they will support Hillary Clinton, especially in Pennsylvania, a swing state that could play an important role in the outcome of the presidential election. 

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There’s a greater chance than ever that the state Senate could be dominated by Democrats after the Nov. 8 election, meaning many issues stalled in the Republican-led Senate for years would have a possibility of passing. 

Payne Horning, WRVO

Election day is just a week away and New York's county boards of election are prepping for what's expected to be a large turnout. 

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(Harrisburg) -- A new poll shows Democratic US Senate candidate Katie McGinty with a 12 point lead over GOP incumbent Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania--with the election just week away. 

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(Harrisburg) -- It's been a tumultuous few days for Hillary Clinton.FBI Director James Comey's announcement about the investigation into the Democratic presidential nominee's emails has set off a wave of speculation Clinton could take a hit in Pennsylvania.

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Syracuse University professor and former Democratic congressional candidate Eric Kingson is doubling down on his criticism of Rep. John Kakto (R-Camillus), calling his claim to be moderate "smoke and mirrors." Kingson said he does support Democratic congressional nominee Colleen Deacon and would be willing to do more to get her elected. 

Judge Rules Against Babinec Ballot Line Suit

Oct 31, 2016
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(WRVO) A New York state judge has ruled against 22nd Congressional District candidate Martin Babinec in a case related to the party he created for his independent run.

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