AG Schneiderman, Comptroller DiNapoli and Gov. Cuomo uncontested as NY Democratic convention kicks off on LI

State Democrats say they held the convention on

State Democrats say they held the convention on Long Island because both major parties expect Suffolk County, which is rich with independent voters, to be a key battleground in the 2014 election season. (Credit: News 12)

New York Democrats flocked to Long Island for the start of the state party's two-day convention.

Top incumbents Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Comptroller Tom DiNapoli and Westchester's own Gov. Andrew Cuomo are not facing primary challengers. According to a Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday morning, all three candidates are leading their GOP opponents by double digits.

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