GOP Primary for Governor, Joe Pinion's Run Against Schumer, Future of Alcohol-To-Go
On This Week's Edition
On this week's edition of New York NOW:
- New developments in the Republican primary for governor, with a late entrant to the race and a new candidate for lieutenant governor.
- Jon Campbell from WNYC & Gothamist joins us to discuss that, and a new poll out this week on the race for governor.
- Sen. Chuck Schumer, who's currently the majority leader of the U.S. Senate, is up for re-election this year. We'll speak with Joe Pinion, a Republican challenging Schumer for the office.
- Restaurants want Gov. Kathy Hochul and the state Legislature to reinstate alcohol-to-go, which allowed the sale of alcohol with takeout and delivery orders at the height of the pandemic. Melissa Fleischut from the New York State Restaurant Association joins us.
- New York prepares as the Russia-Ukraine crisis continues to escalate. Darrell Camp reports.