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  • If Trump wins, Cuomo could be out

    03/08/2016 7:12:34 AM PST · by b4its2late · 19 replies
    NY Post ^ | March 7 2016 | Fredric U. Dicker
    Donald Trump’s fired-up New York backers predict that a victory by him in November would set the stage for defeating Gov. Andrew Cuomo in 2018 — and lead to the ouster of their own GOP leader next year. They also predict that if the Manhattan developer becomes president, he’d work from the White House to turn New York away from the anti-business, tax-and-spend, “progressive’’ Democratic politicians, including Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio, who now dominate City Hall and the state Capitol. The Trump supporters, who lost out Friday in an effort to convince state GOP Chairman Ed Cox to...
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    11/17/2014 9:41:03 AM PST · by JimRed · 52 replies
    New York Post ^ | 11/17/2014 | Fredric U. Dicker
  • Lawyer Says He Won't Run for Clinton's Seat

    01/26/2006 8:36:47 PM PST · by neverdem · 37 replies · 687+ views
    NY Times ^ | January 27, 2006 | JENNIFER MEDINA
    ALBANY, Jan 26 — Edward F. Cox, a Manhattan lawyer and a son-in-law of President Richard M. Nixon, declared Thursday that he would not run for the Senate this year, even though Republicans had been courting him anew to challenge Hillary Rodham Clinton. The announcement from Mr. Cox ended the prospect of a dynastic clash pitting Mrs. Clinton, a former first lady, against Mr. Cox, who is married to Mr. Nixon's daughter, Tricia. In a statement, Mr. Cox said that "after careful consideration of the circumstances and conditions as they exist surrounding the race, including the now shortened time frame...
  • Republican Cox Won't Re-Enter N.Y. Race

    01/26/2006 3:18:24 PM PST · by SmithL · 16 replies · 343+ views
    AP ^ | 1/26/6 | MARC HUMBERT
    Albany -- Edward Cox, a son-in-law of the late President Richard Nixon, said Thursday he would not resume his campaign for the Republican nomination to challenge Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's re-election bid this year. The Manhattan lawyer suspended his campaign in October after Republican Gov. George Pataki endorsed then-Westchester County District Attorney Jeanine Pirro's bid for the Senate nomination. Her campaign subsequently collapsed and Pirro heeded the call of state GOP leaders to run instead for state attorney general. That left former Yonkers Mayor John Spencer, little-known statewide, as the leading contender for the GOP nomination. Some GOP leaders pressed...
  • Candidate hopefuls make case to GOP

    01/22/2006 7:40:05 AM PST · by jmaroneps37 · 1 replies · 242+ views
    Albany Times Union ^ | January 22, 2006 | ELIZABETH BENJAMIN
    SYRACUSE -- Six weeks after GOP leaders failed to select consensus candidates for the top of their ticket this fall, a gaggle of statewide office hopefuls gathered Saturday to plead their respective cases to rank-and-file Republicans in central New York. Former Yonkers Mayor John Spencer appears to have the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate sewn up since Pirro dropped out of the race and her closest rival, Manhattan attorney Ed Cox, halted his campaign when Pataki backed Pirro last October. Cox said he might re-enter the race if Pataki backs him, although a Pataki spokesman made that sound unlikely. Asked...
  • Lawyer Who Dropped Out of (NY)Senate Race May Drop Back In (Ed Cox)

    01/21/2006 10:17:10 PM PST · by Howlin · 10 replies · 590+ views
    http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/21/nyregion/21cox.html ^ | January 21, 2006 | PATRICK D. HEALY
    Edward F. Cox, a Manhattan lawyer who dropped out of the Senate race against Hillary Rodham Clinton last fall, broke his silence about the 2006 campaign and yesterday signaled for the first time that he would consider re-entering the race. But Mr. Cox, a Republican who is a son-in-law of President Richard M. Nixon, said that his remarks, which were reported yesterday by The Associated Press, were made casually. He said no notes were taken, and that he considered the conversation to be off the record. The A.P. reporter declined to comment. Mr. Cox was quoted as saying that he...
  • N.Y. Republican: Cox May Make Senate Bid

    12/23/2005 1:16:29 PM PST · by mathprof · 35 replies · 800+ views
    AP ^ | Dec 23 | MARC HUMBERT, Associated Press Writer
    Edward Cox, a son-in-law of the late President Richard Nixon, is reconsidering his decision two months ago to withdraw from the race for the Republican nomination to challenge Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, the state's GOP chairman said Friday. "I spoke with him yesterday and he said he was reviewing whether or not to run," said Stephen Minarik. [snip] Minarik said he hoped to have county GOP chairmen meet sometime in mid- to late January, after Cox has made his decision, to consider who the party leaders would back. Independent polls have shown Clinton far ahead of any of her potential...
  • Pataki endorses Pirro, Cox quits, Clinton touts fundraising (COX QUITS NY SENATE RACE!!)

    10/14/2005 1:18:02 PM PDT · by areafiftyone · 33 replies · 993+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | 10/14/05
    ALBANY, N.Y. — As Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton boasted of new fundraising success, Gov. George Pataki on Friday threw his political muscle behind Jeanine Pirro's troubled bid for the GOP nomination to challenge the former first lady's 2006 re-election. Almost immediately, one of Pirro's chief rivals for the Senate nomination, Manhattan lawyer Edward Cox, a son-in-law of the late President Richard Nixon, announced he was quitting the race. The Pataki endorsement of the Westchester County district attorney came as Pirro faced increasing questions over why her more than two-month-old Senate campaign hasn't generated more steam and money. The Republican...
  • John Spencer's Statement on Cox Dropping out of NY Senate Race! (LET THE GAMES BEGIN!!)

    10/14/2005 4:29:24 PM PDT · by areafiftyone · 3 replies · 416+ views
    John Spencer ^ | 10/14/05
    “Ed Cox is good man, a gentleman and a worthy adversary. I respect his decision to drop out of the U.S. Senate race and I wish him well in his further endeavors. In the mean time I look forward to comparing my record of conservative accomplishments to ultra left-wing records of Ms. Pirro and Senator Clinton.” - John Spencer
  • Nixon son-in-law looks to tackle Clinton

    10/08/2005 7:01:14 PM PDT · by DogBarkTree · 16 replies · 1,011+ views
    AP New York ^ | 10/8/2005 | MARC HUMBERT
    PULASKI, N.Y. -- In the dusty, rutted parking lot outside Pulaski's American Legion hall, the lanky lawyer looking to unseat Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton next year recalled the disgrace that drove the man he refers to on the campaign trail simply as "my father-in-law" from the presidency. Edward Cox had married Richard Nixon's daughter, Tricia, at the White House in 1971. Three years later, Nixon would board a helicopter that took him into political exile in the wake of Watergate
  • Zogby: Pirro only tied with Cox and Spencer

    10/05/2005 11:24:52 AM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 16 replies · 521+ views
    Zogby press release ^ | October 3, 2005 | John Zogby
    Hillary Rodham Clinton, New York’s first-term junior senator, whose job approval stands at 66% in the survey, far outpolls her challengers as well. Against Ed Cox, the New York City attorney and son-in-law to former President Richard Nixon, Clinton leads by 60% to 33%. Jeanine Pirro, the Westchester County district attorney who has much of the Republican Party’s leadership at her back, does marginally better, trailing Clinton by 57% to 34%. Former Yonkers Mayor John Spencer trails Clinton by a two-to-one, 60% to 30% margin.
  • That Other Guy -Ed Cox could be the best bet to challenge Clinton

    10/04/2005 11:36:00 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 15 replies · 574+ views
    Village Voice ^ | 10/4/05
    Knows where page 10 is: Cox is no Jeanine Pirrophoto: Steven Sunshine Maybe Ed Cox needs more of an ego. The Manhattan attorney is eyeing the GOP nod to take on Hillary Clinton for Senate next year, and he tends to strike those who know him as modest to a fault. He's not the kind of guy who boasts about his 30 years of public service, they say. He doesn't talk much about himself at all, let alone seek the limelight. Lynn Mueller, of Albany, a friend and his key political strategist, describes him this way: "Ed is a...
  • Cox Picks Up GOP Chair Endorsements

    08/22/2005 11:55:42 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 6 replies · 410+ views
    WINS News ^ | 8/22/05
    (1010 WINS) (ALBANY) Vowing to ``capture the Republican and Conservative nominations county by county,'' Edward Cox announced Monday endorsements from two GOP chairmen in his bid for the 2006 Senate nomination to take on Democratic incumbent Hillary Rodham Clinton. Cox, a son-in-law of the late President Richard Nixon, is trying to blunt the drive by Westchester County District Attorney Jeanine Pirro for the GOP nod. Pirro, who announced her candidacy Aug. 8, had been urged to enter the Senate race by 46 of the state's 62 county chairmen, including Monroe County Chairman Stephen Minarik, who also is the state party...

    08/15/2005 7:08:33 PM PDT · by Peter vE · 16 replies · 628+ views
    New York Post ^ | 8/15/05 | FREDRIC U. DICKER
    JEANINE PIRRO'S gaffe- marred announcement and her emphasis on liberal social positions has led to new unrest in some quarters of the state GOP, party insiders said yesterday. "A lot of people were unhappy with her boatload of mistakes, and they're starting to take another look at Ed Cox as a result," said a prominent Republican lawmaker, referring to the son-in-law of former President Richard Nixon who hopes to challenge Pirro in the GOP primary for the right to run against Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
  • CBS News: Hillary lucks out.

    08/11/2005 9:17:22 PM PDT · by nycfree · 62 replies · 2,105+ views
    CBS News ^ | 8/10/05 | John Nichols
    Hillary Lucks Out August 10, 2005 This column was written by John Nichols. New York Senator Hillary Clinton has always looked like a good bet to win re-election in 2006 -- probably by a margin wide enough to jumpstart the 2008 presidential campaign that many Democrats want the former First Lady to make. With the decision of Westchester County District Attorney Jeanine Pirro to seek the Republican nomination to challenge her, however, Clinton's fortunes have taken a dramatic turn for the better. Pirro, a hyper-ambitious publicity hound who frequently turns up on the Fox News Channel as a "legal affairs"...
  • Cox: "I Am Not Quitting The Race" For Senate

    08/11/2005 1:15:59 PM PDT · by areafiftyone · 51 replies · 746+ views
    WINS News ^ | 8/11/05
    Edward Cox, the Manhattan lawyer and son-in-law of the late President Richard Nixon, said Thursday he is not leaving the race for the Republican nomination to challenge Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's re-election bid next year. ``We're going to stay in this race,'' vowed Cox just one day after Jeanine Pirro, the Westchester County district attorney and apparent favorite of many party leaders, formally announced her candidacy. ``We'll support whoever the Republican nominee is, but we expect to be that nominee,'' Cox told The Associated Press. Meanwhile, another prospective GOP challenger, former Yonkers Mayor John Spencer, told an Albany radio station...
  • Edward Cox Inches Toward Senate Run

    07/13/2005 2:50:25 PM PDT · by Irontank · 48 replies · 764+ views
    1010Wins ^ | June 29, 2005
    Claiming Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is ``more concerned about the polls in Iowa and New Hampshire'' than the needs of New Yorkers, Edward Cox took his nascent U.S. Senate campaign another step forward Wednesday, naming an exploratory committee whose members include Henry Kissinger, Theodore Roosevelt IV, and William H. Taft. Cox conceded his closest adviser, if he does decide to challenge Clinton in 2006, will be his wife, Tricia Nixon Cox, the daughter of former president Richard Nixon. ``Tricia is my best supporter and my best adviser,'' Cox told reporters. ``She's had a lot of experience in campaigns, going back...
  • Republican contender says Clinton not serving state well - (Ed Cox says might take her on!)

    06/30/2005 10:47:57 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 25 replies · 486+ views
    CNN.COM ^ | JUNE 29, 2005 | Phil Hirschkorn and Shirley Zilberstein
    Cox spoke in Manhattan Wednesday in his first appearance before reporters since forming an exploratory committee for the 2006 U.S. Senate race. Cox, 58, a lawyer who has never run for office, criticized the Democratic incumbent for supposedly eyeing the White House in 2008. "I believe that a senator should focus less on making headlines and more on producing results," Cox said. "She parachuted into New York solely for the reason of running for the Senate, and now she's running for the presidency. She is more concerned about the polls in Iowa and New Hampshire than the priorities of people...
  • Ed Cox Announces Members of Senate Exploratory Committee (Makes a swipe at Hillary!)

    06/29/2005 8:52:20 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 10 replies · 648+ views
    U.S. Newswire ^ | 6/29/05
    Ed Cox Announces Members of Senate Exploratory Committee; Names Prominent State Senators, Former Federal Officials, Policy Experts to Committee NEW YORK, June 29 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Bringing together friends and colleagues from his more than 30 years of service to his state and nation, Ed Cox announced today the members of his Senate Exploratory Committee. The list includes a diverse group of experienced and talented individuals from both the private and public sector from across the state. The announcement took place today at the Women's National Republican Club in New York. "For four years, I have watched our junior senator...
  • Ed Cox Slams Hillary for 9/11 Failure

    06/25/2005 10:06:04 AM PDT · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 77 replies · 1,584+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 6/25/05 | Limbacher
    New York Senate hopeful Ed Cox blasted Sen. Hillary Clinton on Saturday, saying that she's failed to win New York's fair share of federal homeland security dollars in the wake of the 9/11 attacks and hasn't kept her promise to improve the state's economy. "New York is the number one target for terrorists," Cox told WABC Radio host Monica Crowley. "It is terrible that Wyoming should get $18 per capita of homeland security funds while New York gets only $2.50 (per capita)." Cox said New York was shortchanging itself by sending two Democratic Senators to Washington, arguing that Wyoming is...
  • Nixon Son-In-Law May Take on Sen. Clinton (Forming an exploratory Committee)

    05/17/2005 12:25:01 PM PDT · by areafiftyone · 37 replies · 661+ views
    WINS News ^ | 5/17/05
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- Republican Edward Cox, a son-in-law of President Nixon, will soon form an exploratory committee for an expected run against Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, a top adviser said Tuesday. Lynn Mueller, an Albany-based consultant, said the budding campaign has already hired fundraisers and a pollster. Asked about the chances that Cox will challenge Clinton for re-election in 2006, Mueller said: "It's as close to 100 percent as you can get unless something bizarre happens, which we don't expect." Mueller said a federal campaign committee will probably be operating by the end of June and a formal...
  • Stopping Hillary: Nixon son-in-law Ed Cox gearing up to challenge Clinton in '06 Senate race.

    05/13/2005 6:54:35 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 29 replies · 1,086+ views
    HILLARY CLINTON'S reelection campaign for the United States Senate in 2006 may be tougher than expected. On Monday, May 2, the New York Observer reported that Clinton might face a challenge from Richard Nixon's son-in-law Ed Cox. Cox, who has declined to make a statement on his intentions, has made steps toward running for Clinton's New York Senate seat, including launching an exploratory committee. Associates to Cox believe that he will win the endorsement of New York Governor George Pataki. By the time Hillary Rodham married future president Bill Clinton in 1975, Ed Cox had been married to the daughter...
  • Nixon's son-in-law to challenge Hillary

    05/11/2005 1:46:33 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 8 replies · 667+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Wednesday, May 11, 2005
    Edward Cox, former Reagan aide, set for 2006 N.Y. Senate challenge © 2005 WorldNetDaily.com WASHINGTON – It looks like Hillary Rodham Clinton will get a challenge in her bid for re-election to the U.S. Senate seat in New York after all. Edward Cox, a New York corporate lawyer and son-in-law of Richard Nixon, will definitely run next year for the U.S. Senate seat held by Hillary Clinton, reports next week's issue of Newsweek. Cox will reportedly run as a fiscal conservative and environmentalist, according to the report. He is also expected to break with some policies of the Bush administration....
  • Novello Possible Foe for Clinton

    05/07/2005 11:48:45 AM PDT · by smoothsailing · 20 replies · 588+ views
    Puerto Rico Herald ^ | 05/07/05 | wire service
        Novello Possible Foe For Clinton May 2, 2005 Copyright © 2005 Capital Newspapers Division of The Hearst Corporation, Albany, N.Y. All rights reserved. To the short list of possible GOP contenders to take on U.S. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., next fall, add the name of state Health Commissioner Antonia Novello. There have been a few whispers in certain top Republican circles that Novello, 60, is considering a statewide run post-Pataki administration, and perhaps might even challenge Clinton. State Republican Party officials say she hasn't contacted them, however, and through a spokesperson at the Health Department the commissioner declined...
  • Cox may run for Senate in New York

    04/04/2005 1:06:41 PM PDT · by kingattax · 24 replies · 872+ views
    New York, NY, Apr. 4 (UPI) -- Former President Richard Nixon's son-in-law, Manhattan attorney Ed Cox, is seeking support for a 2006 U.S. Senate race against Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton. Cox, who is married to Nixon daughter, Tricia, was "calling around the state last week, telling people he's 'the guy' to challenge" the former first lady, the New York Post said Monday.