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In 1994, talk radio DJ Howard Stern won the Libertarian Party nomination for the New York state governor's race. When he declined to release his financial information as required by law, he left the running and backed Republican candidate George Pataki, who won the election. Pataki later signed into law "The Howard Stern Bill" which enacted several of the items on Stern's platform, including one that limited construction on state roads in New York City and Long Island to night hours.