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Matthew J. Perlman


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Matthew J. Perlman is a recent graduate of Hunter College where he majored in English literature with a minor in media studies. He has interned for The Hunts Point Express and The Mott Haven Herald in the South Bronx, and The Local in Fort Greene-Clinton Hill. He currently resides in Brooklyn's South Slope. This reporter was a member of the 2012 CUNY street news team.

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Articles, Investigations and Blogs

If patrons of Camaguey restaurant are any indication, voters in Mott Haven are undecided about the mayor's race, but do know what they want in the next mayor: the good of Bloomberg without the bad.



Some voters received conflicting messages about who could use the special ballots. And some polling places ran out of the documents.



The Bronx went solidly for the Democrat in 2008 and likely will back him by a large margin this year. But according to one Democratic pol, that doesn't mean people are satisfied with the president, especially when it comes to his "urban agenda."