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Erin Brodwin


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Erin Brodwin is a freelance multimedia journalist specializing in urban and environmental reporting. She currently works for the NYCity News Service, a student-powered initiative of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. This reporter was a member of the 2012 CUNY street news team.

Email: editor@citylimits.org

Articles, Investigations and Blogs

The third party's candidates don't expect to win. But they were happy to “have our voice heard.”



After area redistricting sent some voters to an alternate polling site in Norwood, poll workers said they had prepared to send some away



With candidates on the ballot for legislative seats, the Green Party hopes to make a dent in the dominance of two parties with which voters are increasingly disenchanted.



With power out and much of the transit system shuttered, groups of cyclists teamed up to ensure a safe rider for New Yorkers trying to find a way to get to work.