New York NOW Hochul's Upset: A Sign for 2012?
Democrat Kathy Hochul is elected in New York's typically-conservative 26th District. Details
Program: New York NOW
Episode: Hochul's Upset: A Sign for 2012?
As Republican Congressman Paul Ryan's Medicare plan became the centerpiece of the campaign, Democratic candidate Kathy Hochul scores a surprising upset victory over GOP candidate Jane Corwin in New York's 26th District special election. Is this a sign that Democrats may retake the House in 2012? Also, a 'Mayday for Marriage' rally at the Capitol decries potential same-sex marriage legislation.
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Premiere Date: 05/27/2011
Episode Expires: Never
TV Rating: NR
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