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Thomas Cogan. Queens Gazette. 4/12/2006.
Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi is challenging the seemingly unstoppable Eliot Spitzer for this year's Democratic Party nomination to be governor of New York. As a way of admitting the difficulty of his task, he told his audience at the Queens Chamber of Commerce Installation Luncheon that Spitzer, the state's attorney general, is "a giant", while in contrast, "62 percent of the people don't even know me." To make himself better known, he is on a heavy speaking schedule between now and the date of the primary election, September 12. At the QCC luncheon in April, he was getting some attention in advance of Spitzer, who is to be the speaker at the QCC Business Expo and Luncheon, May 18 at Terrace on the Park.
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James T. Madore. Newsday. 4/7/2006.
Stepping up attacks on his rival for the Democratic nomination for governor, Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi yesterday accused Attorney General Eliot Spitzer of using his position to avoid stands on controversial issues such as gay marriage and more money for New York City's public schools.
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Celeste Katz. New York Daily News. 4/7/2006.
State attorney General Eliot Spitzer hides behind his role as a prosecutor to avoid saying what he'd do on tricky issues if elected governor, underdog Democratic primary opponent Tom Suozzi sniped yesterday. "Eliot likes to have it both ways," said Nassau County Executive Suozzi, after making a pitch to the Queens Chamber of Commerce.
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Sandra Endo. New York One News. 4/6/2006.
The Democratic candidates in the race for governor are keeping packed schedules, and the underdog Tom Suozzi continues to try to gain ground with frontrunner Eliot Spitzer. NY1's Sandra Endo filed the following report.
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Bob Morgan Jr.. Garden City News Online. 3/17/2006.
Whether the next governor of New York is Eliot Spitzer, Tom Suozzi, Bill Weld, John Faso or Randy Daniels, he will have much work cut out for him when he assumes office in 2007.
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James Odato. Albany Times Union. 3/3/2006.
Senate Education Committee Chairman Stephen Saland Thursday called on Attorney General Eliot Spitzer to quit representing the state on matters involving the controversial Campaign for Fiscal Equity school funding case.
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Michael Gormley. Newsday. 3/2/2006.
State Senate Education Committee Chairman Stephen Saland chastised Attorney General Eliot Spitzer on Thursday for mixing his campaign for governor with his duties as attorney general.
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Errol A. Cockfield, Jr.. Newsday. 2/25/2006.
State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer said Friday that if he is elected governor, he would direct the state to fully comply with a court order to send billions of dollars more in aid to the city's public schools.
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Eliot Spitzer (Attorney General for the State of New York). Attorney General of the State of New York. 9/15/2005.
The State Defendants submit this brief to reply to those arguments in CFE’s brief that require further discussion.
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Eliot Spitzer. Attorney General of the State of New York. 8/5/2005.
Defendants State of New York, Governor George Pataki, and Tax Commissioner Andrew S. Eristoff appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, New York County (DeGrasse, J.), confirming the Report and Recommendations of the Judicial Referees.
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