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Gotham Votes 2013

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Voting assistance for military personnel, their families and citizens living outside the United States.

 

 

Voter Guides

Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City, Inc., asked candidates for mayor, public advocate and borough president to talk about issues facing senior citizens.
From the website: "How the candidates for mayor compare on issues of concern to low-income New Yorkers — and to the city as a whole."
An independent site aimed at educating voters on the 2013 city elections.
Candidates for mayor, public advocate, borough president and city council answer a variety of questions. From Democracy for NYC, which says it is “committed to the ideals espoused by Democracy for America, the organization founded by Howard Dean.”
Mayoral candidates respond to questions about issues of concern to New Yorkers with HIV/AIDS.
NYNP-TV presents Q&A videos with mayoral candidates talking about human services and nonprofits.
Manhattan News Network presents a "3D view" of elections in the borough.
This excellent source of information includes numerous interviews with candidates regarding local streets and transportation.
Gotham Schools presents a searchable database on candidate responses to education issues, from accountability to teaching and learning.


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