It’s been a hectic two years for Deano. The 62-year-old became majority leader four months before Democrats took over, then briefly regained—then lost again—control in a month-long coup. This year, Skelos, who is running for his 14th term, is hoping the GOP officially reclaims the chamber so he can balance out the likely Democratic governor.
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