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“Hochul tried to balance the needs of her moderate, upstate base, while also appealing to politically powerful New York City,” said Na’ilah Amaru, a Democratic strategist and former executive director of the New York City Council’s Black, Latino, and Asian Caucus.

The problem is, that “if you belong to everyone then you don’t belong to anyone and that is a liability in politics,” Amaru said.

Read the full article, New York’s Kathy Hochul Vies to Be More Than ‘Placeholder Governor’ in Tight Race, published Nov. 7, 2022 on

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