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Confusion Over Special Elections in the Bronx
Assembly Hopefuls Run in Vito Lopez's Shadow
Brooklyn Donors Favor de Blasio
NY Prisoners Counted Differently, But Still Not Voting
Cuomo Rakes In Donations From Energy Sector
Cuomo, Paladino & Remedies For Our Ailing Economy
Reading The Political Tea Leaves Of Harlem's State Senate Race
Pols Aim To Bridge Racial, Ethnic Divisions
City Agencies Uneven On Voter Registration Push
Worries About E-Voting Persist As Primary Looms
Bronx Activist Aims To Unseat Weakened Espada
Census Worry: Whither Williamsburg?
Who's Got The Power? Citizens To Weigh In
Immigrants Reach New Heights
Upstart Could Bring Hip-Hop To The Hill
Election results in New York City are overseen by the New York Board of Elections. The city is divided into sections assigned to polling centers. As the largest city in America, elections covering districts in New York City take on a special significance.
The former comptroller and 2013 mayoral hopeful repeated familiar policy positions on schools, business and crime, but did announce his backing for the governor's controversial economic development plan.
November 8 is Election Day. While the Bronx and Queens offer district attorney races featuring a single candidate on multiple lines, several boroughs have judicial races. Now there's a place to find out a little more about those hoping to hold the gavel.
Before the scandal, even before he became a leading liberal spokesman, the Brooklyn-Queens congressman ran for mayor as a wonk.
Saturday, March 15, 2014
8:00p - 11:00p
Hunter College Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute Presents Summer in the City: John Lindsay, New York, and the American Dream
Thursday, March 20, 2014
5:00p - 7:00p
Saturday, March 22, 2014
11:00a - 4:00p
The mayor's progressive agenda will be incomplete unless he attacks the growing disengagement of New York's citizens—starting with these five steps to get young people excited about democracy.
A key part of the landmark law is being challenged at the Supreme Court. While discrimination at the voting booth is often thought of as a Southern problem, New York City has its own harsh history.
This is the Democratic candidate for state governor's briefing book on state policy.