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Democrat Andrew Cuomo wins NY governor's seat his father held

Democrat Andrew Cuomo coasted past tea party Republican Carl Paladino after an exceedingly nasty race to win election Tuesday as governor of New York, the job his father, Mario, held in the 1980s and '90s.

With just under a quarter of the vote in, Cuomo had 58 percent to Paladino's 37 percent. Third-party candidates split the remainder.

Two Candidates For New York State Attorney General Square Off In Heated Debate

With one week to go before the election, Democrat Eric Schneiderman and Republican Dan Donovan took part in a contentious debate over hot-button issues in the state.

At WAMC's studios in Albany, Schneiderman and Donovan spoke on everything from legislative issues to political corruption in Albany