Byron Brown may run for Comptroller, if Stringer enters primary against DiNapoli

Fresh off an unprecedented write-in election victory, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown is considering a run for State Comptroller against Long Island incumbent Tom DiNapoli and is likely to announce his candidacy if former New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer decides to

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Camille Brandon to lead Hochul’s gubernatorial campaign

Sources tell The Chronicle that longtime Western New York political operative and Bolton St. Johns lobbyist Camille Brandon is likely to lead Kathy Hochul‘s gubernatorial campaign in the increasingly likely event that Governor Andrew Cuomo is removed from office. Observers say

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Skoufis, DiNapoli tout enactment of anti-corruption audit law

Senator James Skoufis (D-Hudson Valley) and New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced that the Governor signed Skoufis’ bill S.5445 into law, authorizing the State Comptroller’s office to audit Local Development Corporations (LDCs) across the state. LDCs operate in


Guercio’s, as an economic development strategy

Rumor has it that Comptroller Tom DiNapoli found inspiration in a visit earlier this week to Guercio’s, the ethnic Italian delicatessen that founded by an immigrant family who, four generations later, continue to own and operate it today. The Grant-Ferry landmark

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DiNapoli tours Guercio’s to support small business growth

This morning, New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli — who controls one of the largest institutional investment funds in the world — toured Guercio’s, the third generation delicatessen that has been a mainstay in the Italian American community for four


Will DiNapoli save the Bills before Cuomo even has a chance?

It’s no secret that Governor Andrew Cuomo and Comptroller Tom DiNapoli don’t like each other. Cuomo has received only tepid support from organized labor, which provides DiNapoli with a robust base of support and reelection machine. The Cuomo camp contends