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Due to a bizarre quirk in New York's constitution, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) could win a landslide popular vote victory this fall -- and yet still wind up having to give up the governor's mansion to a candidate that the majority of his state's voters did not want as their governor.
In audio of his June remarks at a secret Koch Brothers event, obtained by The Nation, McConnell vowed that the Senate will not waste time on things like increasing the minimum wage for people making only about $15,000 annually if he becomes majority leader.