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Each week, Jack provides insight for the week ahead with a look back into what happened in New York government the week before. Each Memo is posted here, but get it first when you subscribe.

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Monday Morning Memo – December 5

  Good morning from Qatar where a young American team showed drive, but an inability to finish. Fair play and we look forward to seeing the team on home ground in 2026! Today's matches feature Japan v. Croatia and Brazil v. South Korea.  Here’s what we are watching in...

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Monday Morning Memo – Nov. 28

Good morning from from Qatar, where the World Cup is in full swing. This week features the final games in the group stage. Brazil, without Neymar, plays today at 11 p.m. while the U.S. has a win-and-advance game against Iran on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Here is hoping you...

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Monday Morning Memo – Nov. 21

Good morning from Ahmad bin Ali Stadium where the American World Cup Team will kick of its campaign today at 2 p.m. against Wales... It was an eventful post-election week—we received more clarity on uncalled races, but the biggest news of the week was the re-emergence...

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Monday Morning Memo – Nov. 14

Good Morning from Albany... Election Day delivered a verdict that can be summed up in two words: status quo. The story of the night was the red wave that wasn’t, however there were a few bright spots for the GOP, particularly in New York.  Governor Kathy Hochul...

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Monday Morning Memo – November 7

Good Morning from Election Central... Game time. Months, years, and even lifetimes; it all comes down to Election Day tomorrow for elected officials across the country at every level of government.  The biggest race we are watching is the contest for Governor of New...

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Monday Morning Memo – October 31

Good Morning from Sleepy Hollow... Debate season is in full swing across the country as candidates take advantage of their last, best chance to persuade voters to vote for them . . . or at least against their opponents. In New York, the much-debated debate between...

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