How Well Do You Know New York Politics?

       One of the categories on Jeopardy! recently was “New York Senators.”  Perfect for my blog – here are the answers; just name the correct senator for each.  I’ll post the questions in a few days:

  1. Later President, he was a New York Senator from 1821 to 1828.
  2. In 1861 William Seward left the Senate to take on this post in the Cabinet.
  3. A New York Senator from 1791 to 1797, he later presided over the Senate as Vice President.
  4. When she replaced Hillary Clinton in 2009, she was the youngest Senator at age 42.
  5. Power, Pasta, and Politics was this Brooklyn-born Senator’s account of his almost 20 years representing the EmpireState.

       How well do you know New York Politics?  Come back in a few days for the questions…

Feel free to leave a comment, and please come back often – I write and post every day!  And if you like what I have to say and how I say it, you’ll probably enjoy my novels as well.  They’re listed below, and you can read more about them on my improved website, designed and built by my son Don, http://www.randolphmase.com.  On my site, you’ll also find excerpts of my books that you can read – please check it out!  

And to view updated blogs in real-time, go to http://alphainventions.com or http://kadency.com – they’re both great sites! 

Randolph Mase, Fiction Writer

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My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

Nathan Hale

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