With popular gubernatorial candidate Andrew M. Cuomo having given Eric T. Schneiderman's run for attorney general an eleventh-hour boost over the weekend, both winners will now seek to institute new tools to fight the government corruption they say is endemic in Albany. As candidates, both Democrats made fighting corruption the centerpiece of their campaigns. And their plans, though different in some aspects, are fundamentally similar.
Cuomo-Schneiderman 'Team' Vow to Battle Albany Corruption
New York Law Journal
November 4, 2010
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