• 09.10.19

    Gyory Writes for Newsday on Date for New York 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary

    Manatt government and regulatory senior advisor Bruce Gyory wrote for Newsday on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the state legislature’s decision to hold the state’s 2020 Democratic presidential primary on April 28. 

  • 07.11.19

    Opinion: Lessons From Queens DA Race

    Manatt’s Bruce Gyory, a senior advisor in the government and regulatory group, wrote for Newsday on the Democratic primary for Queens district attorney, and what it could mean for politics in the borough.  

  • 04.29.19

    Impeachment Is Not the Only Way

    Bruce Gyory, a senior advisor in the government and regulatory group, wrote for Newsday on debate among House Democrats about whether to bring impeachment charges against President Donald Trump.  

  • 02.27.19

    The Amazon Deal: Above All No Zeal

    “The recriminations over the Amazon pullout have been as bitterly tribal as the debate over the project itself."

  • 12.09.18

    This Is What NYC’s Public Advocate Should Be

    The Public Advocate’s race in New York City to succeed Tish James, following her election as Attorney General, provides a real opportunity for the voters of New York City to take control of this contest.

  • 11.08.18

    NY Democrats are Taking Control. Now What?

    New York Democrats now hold solid majorities in both the State Senate and the Assembly.

  • 09.23.18

    Through the Looking Glass of the 2018 Democratic Primaries

    Let’s try to glean from the returns of last week’s primaries a better sense of where the Democratic Party’s electorate stands in New York State.

  • 11.09.17

    Building Blocs: The Groups That Will Determine the Future of New York’s Elections

    Now that last Tuesday’s election returns have been tabulated, what are the enduring electoral lessons? Let’s explore that question by analyzing the four major contests in New York. First, in New York City, the fulcrum point in the electorate now lies with Latino and Asian voters. Shane ...

  • 09.24.17

    Are the Politics of Climate Change Finally Reaching a Turning Point?

    When Hurricane Harvey swept through South Texas last month, it inundated Houston and the surrounding coastline, displaced thousands, flattened homes and killed scores of residents. President Donald Trump tweeted about the “HISTORIC rainfall in Houston” and the ...

  • 08.01.17

    The Brooklyn DA Race and the Weight of Ken Thompson's Legacy

    The most intriguing and consequential primary in New York City this year will be the Democratic race for district attorney in Brooklyn. This primary will almost inevitably become a referendum on the reform measures put in place by the late Ken Thompson, who passed away last year.   In 2013, ...