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April Sikorski/City Limits
Hopes for De Blasio: High and Low, Specific vs. Sweeping
Bronx Voters Skip Ballot Questions in Big Numbers
The Questions Brownsville Would Ask at Tonight's Debate
De Blasio Message Gets Mixed Reception in Mott Haven
Candidates Get Mott Haven's Votes, But Not Its Confidence
Last-Minute Choices on Primary Day in Brownsville
Voters Eyeing De Blasio, With Some Doubts
Cycle of Political Disengagement on One Bronx Corner
Mayor's Race: Brownsville Voters Waiting, Watching, Wary
South Bronx Council Races Generate Little Heat
Digging into Voter Disengagement in Brownsville
Mott Haven Talks Schools: Little Love for Mayor or Critics
Carrion, Liu Vie for Votes in Brownsville
Mott Haven Up For Grabs in Mayor's Race
What Brownsville Wants In A Mayor
Campaigns Skip Mott Haven, Drug Centers and Shelters Don't
Top Issue in Brownsville: Fear of the Teens, Fear for the Teens
Violence Dominates Campaign Talk in Mott Haven
Mott Haven Looks to Activists, Not Pols, For Progress
Brownsville: As '13 Race Looms, Split Opinion on Bloomberg
The city faces an important election in 2013. Instead of only covering the candidates, why not cover the voters? In cooperation with City & State and WNET, we'll be following groups of residents in five New York City neighborhoods to see whether and how New Yorkers are engaged in the campaigns, and what issues will help them decide not just whom to vote for, but whether to vote at all.
In an interview, City Limits and City & State discuss their 2013 campaign coverage partnership with one another and Channel 13's MetroFocus.
The biggest issue in the race for City Hall in 2013 might not be housing or crime or schools--but simply whether the candidates give voters a reason to care.
More Between Heaven and Earth: Thomas Jefferson, Maria Cosway, and the Music and Philosophy of the Enlightenment
Sunday, December 08, 2013
6:00p - 7:30p
Thursday, December 12, 2013
6:00p - 8:00p
Map of Gowanus Canal
A report by Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies found 18.6 million American households – renters and homeowners alike – spend more than half their income on housing, up from 13.8 million in 2001.