Letters to the Editor — Dec. 5, 2021

New York Post readers weigh in on out-of-touch Seth Rogen, the death of theater titan Stephen Sondheim, Rep. Tom Suozzi’s centrism, Putin’s power, fetus reality, and phony Fauci.

Federal election agency has not accounted for $74m of COVID-19 voting aid

The Election Assistance Commission has still not accounted for $74 million worth of election aid given to states in 2020 during COVID-19.

Twitter employees give to Democrats by wide margin: data

A stunning 99 percent of online political contributions made by Twitter employees in 2021 went to Democrats, according to data.

The doc is out: TV stations yank 'Dr. Oz Show' as surgeon runs for Senate

Fox Television Stations in New York City and Philadelphia have pulled the show in light of the Federal Communications Commission’s “equal time” rules for broadcast TV stations.

Why can't Democratic lawmakers listen when New York voters say 'no'?

When it comes to disrespect for voters, too much is never enough for New York’s Democrats. Last week, Gov. Kathy Hochul stuck her thumb in the eye of the millions...

Democrat Stacey Abrams announces another run for Georgia governor

Democrat Stacey Abrams said she is running again “because opportunity in our state shouldn’t be determined by ZIP code, background or access to power."

Long Island Dem Suozzi announces bid to challenge Gov. Hochul

Rep. Tom Suozzi is scheduled to hold a virtual press conference at 11 a.m. to "make a major announcement regarding his plans for future elected office," according to a press...

Hochul's shocking support for new law that snubs voters and lets Dems gerrymander

It was always fair to doubt that Kathy Hochul would govern as a centrist,but her signature last week on a redistricting bill that flouts voters’ wishes and violates New York’s...

Zeldin plotting Youngkin-like GOP surprise over Democrats in 2022

Amid all the talk about Hochul and James and Williams vying for governor next year, Republican Lee Zeldin has a message: Don't count me out.

Matthew McConaughey says he'll decide 'shortly' on Texas governor race

Matthew McConaughey's next big role could be governor of Texas, with the actor refusing to rule out a bid as the deadline nears.