Posted on August 31, 2014
Original article posted on the Buffalo News New Yorkers are faced with an interesting race as they contemplate the normally uninteresting campaign for lieutenant governor. The candidates are former Congresswoman and Erie County Clerk Kathleen C. Hochul and Timothy Wu, a Columbia University law professor who is a political novice. Wu’s utter lack of political […]
Posted on August 28, 2014
With the Democratic primary just around the corner, I wanted to cut through the noise and tell you directly about my record — and why I’m running for Lieutenant Governor. When a Congressional seat unexpectedly opened up in the most Republican district in the State of New York, I campaigned to fight the Paul Ryan […]
Posted on August 12, 2014
Original article by Patricia Doxsey on the Daily Freeman KINGSTON >> Saying women’s issues are everyone’s issues, Democratic elected officials, candidates and supporters gathered Tuesday to promote the Women’s Equality Party and the creation of a Women’s Equality line on the November ballot. “We’ve got some problems and we’ve got issues that are unresolved,” said […]
Posted on August 8, 2014
As two kids fought over one of Villa Italia’s cookies, three mayors of Schenectady sat with Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Kathy Hochul.
Posted on July 17, 2014
Allies of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Thursday that they were starting a new party to rally female voters, which would have its own ballot line in the November election — with Mr. Cuomo on it.
It was both a salvo directed at the Democratic governor’s Republican opponent in his run for re-election and a nose-thumbing to his critics on the left.
Posted on May 31, 2014
Kathy Hochul, Gov. Cuomo’s running mate, vows to take on equality, women’s issues and jobs during city Democrats’ endorsement.
Posted on May 24, 2014
Kathleen C. Hochul, a former Western New York congresswoman, told an audience gathered at a UAW hall in Amherst that growing up in a family with four brothers made her “just a little bit competitive.”
“I don’t want to just win, folks,” she said. “We’re not just going to win back all those counties, OK? We’re going to kick butt in a way that people have never seen before.”
Posted on May 21, 2014
Former western New York congresswoman Kathy Hochul was named today as Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s running mate. Cuomo made the announcement in a video message at the Democratic convention on Long Island. They will be nominated to head the Democratic ticket on Thursday.