"During the about-to-end Cuomo era, Erie County Democrats more often than not found themselves isolated from the inner workings of New York Democratic politics," writes Robert J. McCarthy.
The Blue Room, which in 1883 housed the state Court of Appeals, was favored by the late Gov. Mario Cuomo, the outgoing governor’s father, as a place to hold formal news conferences.
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The governor usually dominates any room he enters by the sheer force of his persona – even without the trappings of his office, McCarthy says.
Maybe more than anyone in history, the longtime Erie County and New York State Democratic chairman dominated Democratic politics around here.
The governor did not disappoint in his prime-time DNC address, employing his now-familiar PowerPoint shtick, writes The News' Editorial Board.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo says he believes he has “honored his relationship” with his longtime friend Tim Russert, a South Buffalo native who died in 2008, and his late father, former Gov. Mario