Amy Schumer says she’s voting for Cuomo in NY primary election

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Nixon is hoping to repeat that success in what she describes as her insurgent campaign for governor.

On Sunday, Cynthia Nixon became the latest aspiring office-holder to briefly lose her mind while attempting to eat on the campaign trail, when she ordered-in public and on purpose-a cinnamon raisin bagel with lox from Zabar's on the Upper West Side.

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Cuomo also claimed to have no knowledge of the Democratic Party mailer that questioned Nixon's support for Jewish people - despite Cuomo's control of the party and a recent $2.5 million contribution to its campaign operations.

Nixon thanked the Zaber's employee behind the counter before leaving and asking him to, "please vote on Thursday".

Cynthia is battling incumbent Andrew Cuomo in this week's Democratic Primary, but sounds like T.I. would love to see her go Green Party. "But not from me". "Know me by my enemies". I heard about the mailer.

"To be informed about Andrew Cuomo is to want a change", she said. "I just think that there's been a lot of missed opportunities".

Cuomo followed up by saying he reached out to Democratic officials to "make sure it doesn't happen again", and he repeated those comments again on Monday.

In addition, the New York Post published an email from a Cuomo campaign aide, who they chose to keep nameless, in which the aide pitches an article slamming Nixon for supporting the "insidious" BDS campaign.

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"He's the head of the Democratic Party".

Thus far, Nixon has not taken full advantage of the opportunities she has had to point out the discrepancies between them, according to Dawidziak.

The flier was then approved by Larry Schwartz, another campaign volunteer who was formerly Cuomo's top lieutenant.

The race got ugly in the final days, after the New York Democratic Party sent a mailer accusing Nixon of not standing up to anti-Semitism.

"Rather than apologize to Cynthia for his false anti-Semitic accusations, or apologize to New Yorkers for repeatedly lying about the mailer, Governor Cuomo chose to double down on his dirty politics".

Now the New York Times reports that the flier was drafted and approved by two men with close ties to Cuomo.

"Larry Schwartz, who serves on our campaign in a volunteer capacity, was reviewing mail pieces in an ad hoc fashion, but he only saw the positive section of the mailer and never saw the negative section", Smith said.

Cuomo frequently points out that education spending has increased since he took office, and is now at the highest level ever.

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