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New York winds the 2018 primary season with a struggle between democratic leadership and insurrection

New York winds the 2018 primary season with a struggle between democratic leadership and insurrection

The first season comes to an end with Thursday's elections in New York, battles between leaders of the Democratic Party in the state and an uprising that wants immediate action in the areas of immigration, housing and health care.

Without serious primary challenges on the Republican vote, most media attention has focused on the gubernatorial primary of the party, which Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo takes up against actor and activist Cynthia Nixon. The race started bitter and ended that way after the Democratic Party of the State – which Cuomo has supported – sent mail to voters who falsely accused Nixon of embracing anti-Semitism.

"The way I led this campaign was the issue, it was positive," Cuomo said on a press conference Sunday. "I think the mailer was a mistake, I think it was inappropriate. & # 39;

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