Cuomo, Pelosi urge defeat of NY's GOP congress

Brunilde Fioravanti
Giugno 6, 2017

"And we are telling you those are not just words - you can bet your political life that New Yorkers will do just that!"

"New York is on the front lines against Washington's assault on progressive values", Cuomo said in a message sent out by the Nassau County Democratic Party Sunday, according to the newspaper.

Eligible state parks on Long Island range from Jones Beach in Nassau to Wildwood in Suffolk. Cuomo said the repeal and replacement of Obamacare could result in millions of state residents losing health care coverage or being forced to pay more for existing coverage.

"And they don't know who they are messing with when they mess with New York", Cuomo said.

After taking field trips, schools, youth bureaus and after school programs are reimbursed for transportation, program fees, entry fees, and/or pavilion fees. They said they would help their districts, they said they would help the struggling middle class. Bill Lipton, the state's Working Families Party director, said while it's "great" that Cuomo wants to help take the House back for Democrats, he should be working just as hard to reunite Democrats in the NY state Senate. Pelosi and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are hoping to increase the num.

Meantime, Collins' political adviser, Chris Grant, said: "It's laughable that Andrew Cuomo, who received 34 percent of the vote in the 27th District, and Nancy Pelosi, who has presided over one of the biggest Democrat losing streaks in history, would come together to attack Chris Collins and other New York House Republicans".

For scale, New York's entire renewable energy generation was 33 TWh over the full year 2016, which was mostly from hydroelectric power and met 22% of the state's electric demand.

Cuomo says he'll seek a third term.

Detailing how Democrats say the House Republican agenda hurts New Yorkers, the website takes aim at four GOP lawmakers in addition to Collins and Faso: Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning; Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-New Hartford; Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro; and Rep.

For that reason she says no individual administration can turn the tide of energy progress back to fossil fuels as they were 20 years ago. The people of the 27th District have rejected them and their policies over and over again.

Though midterm elections are in 2018, the "Fight Back" campaign will kick off today with a rally at the Jacob Javits Center.

The crowd included many members of the International Brothers of Electrical Workers' Local Three, which has been on strike against Charter Communications for three months.

"The 1.6 billion dollars is going to accelerate our move towards renewable sources, which is how we will have the most aggressive renewable standard in the nation, and comply with the Paris Accords".

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