Steve Kornacki

When Rangel held a demographic revolution at bay:

Across the Hudson, the Harlem incumbent helped give the old guard one more term

Bio: Steve Kornacki is the host of MSNBC's "Up with Steve Kornacki." He’s previously written about politics for Salon, The New York Observer and Roll Call, and his work has also appeared in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal and on The Daily Beast.

Latest Articles:

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When Rangel held a demographic revolution at bay

Across the Hudson, the Harlem incumbent helped give the old guard one more term

Jun. 24, 2014

 
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The Clintons take New York

The last part in our series on how the Clintons supplanted the Cuomos as first family of New York.

Dec. 11, 2013

 
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‘Stupid little interpersonal exchanges’

Part 4 in our series on how the Clintons supplanted the Cuomos as New York's first family

Dec. 10, 2013

 
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Clinton finds his footing

Part 3 in our series about how the Clintons supplanted the Cuomos as New York's first family

Dec. 9, 2013

 
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A Clinton in Cuomo-land

Part 2 of our series about how the Clintons supplanted the Cuomos as New York's first family

Dec. 6, 2013

 
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The state of Clintons and Cuomos

The supplanting of New York's first family

Dec. 5, 2013

 
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Exit everyman: How the Jersey Democratic bosses destroyed Dick Codey and unleashed Chris Christie

They won’t say it publicly, but there is fear, genuine fear, among New Jersey Democrats that this year’s gubernatorial election will produce a Republican landslide not seen since the Tom Kean-era, threatening Democratic control of the legislature and key county offices.

Jan. 28, 2013

 
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When Lautenberg’s age met Booker’s ambition: An elegy for the Swamp Dog

It is of course transparently disingenuous, the way Cory Booker is pursuing a Senate seat in New Jersey.

Jan. 14, 2013

 
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The Cuomo exception: Why Andrew isn’t playing along with his party in 2012

The story of the 39 minutes that made Mario Cuomo a star is well-known. He arrived on the first day of his party’s 1984 convention in San Francisco as a relatively unknown second-year governor and flew back to New York that same night as a national liberal hero.  

Aug. 6, 2012

 
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Bill Clinton charges into New Jersey to help an unwavering friend against a former ally

New Jersey congressman Steve Rothman placed a bet last week by going public with his belief that Bill Clinton wouldn’t be wading into his Democratic congressional primary.  

May. 7, 2012