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Scheniderman to Focus on Corruption, Wages, Banks

NY's re-elected Attorney General sets goals for second term.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, fresh from re-election by a wide margin, says he'll focus on government corruption, wage theft and drug trafficking, expanding initiatives from his first term.

CT Voters Look to their Pocketbooks ahead of Gov. Race Rematch

"Failing economy" vs. "progress." in Constitution State.
Now that the Republicans have chosen their gubernatorial candidate, expect Connecticut's economy to be the likely theme in this year's rematch between Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican businessman Tom Foley.

NY's Campaign Finance Rules May Discourage Politicians From Getting to Know Their Constituents

All this week, WFUV's Strike a Chord campaign focuses on electoral engagement.

New York City and New York State have different rules for raising political campaign money as State Senator Jose M. Serrano found out.  Rules at the state level may discourage politicians from getting to know their constituents.