Former Cuomo Administration economic advisor Lindsey Boylan, who said earlier in the year she is considering challenging House Judiciary chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-Manhattan) in the 2020 Democratic primary, yesterday took a step closer to launching her campaign. Ms. Boylan filed a congressional campaign committee with the Federal Election Commission, which is the prelude to becoming an official candidate.
It is unclear how much of a threat Ms. Boylan will be to Rep. Nadler, but this type of credible primary challenge is another example of the trend facing many Democratic incumbents.
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