Crowded Democratic primary for NY attorney general

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Two Westchester candidates, among five hopefuls vying for the Democratic nomination for state attorney general, say they're staying positive despite their lagging numbers in the polls tonight.

"We've run an effective campaign. We've talked about the things I care about, let's see what happens," said longtime Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, of Elmsford.

Brodsky and Bronxville attorney and Navy veteran Sean Coffey are currently trailing the two front-runners, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice and state Sen. Eric Schneiderman, of New York City.

Also on the ballot is the former head of the State Insurance Department, Eric Dinallo.

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