Stephanie Miner forms state-level campaign committee
Bill Mahoney and Jimmy Vielkind are reporting for Politico New York former Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner has created a committee that will allow her raise money for an unspecified state-level campaign. The committee, “Miner for NY,” was registered with the state Board of Elections April 9. Miner served as Syracuse's mayor from 2010 through 2017. Gov. Andrew Cuomo appointed her co-chair of the state Democratic Committee in 2012, but she stepped down after publicly feuding with him on a variety of issues. Miner has been mulling over the possibility of challenging Cuomo in a primary this year. She said last month that Cynthia Nixon’s decision to enter the mix would not influence her thinking. Miner said this week she is still “seriously considering” a run. Asked if she would be Nixon’s running mate, Miner replied, “I don’t have any comment on that.” Read the full story at Politico New York.