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NEW YORK — The once-a-decade process of redrawing the City Council's district lines is downright confounding to most people. The process became even more confusing after the commission responsible for
ALBANY, N.Y. — With the power in the State Senate hanging in the balance after last week's election and the impact of Superstorm Sandy overshadowing the civic debate, the political
ALBANY, N.Y. — It wasn’t quite Babe Ruth pointing to the stands, but the call Democratic state Sen. Neil Breslin made on the day before this week’s election was nearly
After the damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy in the city, voting may have been a second thought for more than a few New Yorkers.
But for others it was worth standing
STATE SENATE --˘ ASSEMBLY --˘ CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL ELECTION --˘ JUDICIAL RACES
NEW YORK — Before Hurricane Sandy pounded her community, caused her home to flood and left her
NEW YORK — Much will be at stake when New Yorkers go to the polls tomorrow, but perhaps nothing more so than the basic right to vote.
As of yesterday, less
NEW YORK — Asian Americans continue to face "many barriers in exercising their right to vote" in several jurisdictions throughout the county, including in Queens, a civil rights group says.
NEW YORK — Where I grew up in southwest Queens, roti shops are the local cafes, Hindu religious stores sell saris and the smell of simmering chicken curry is easily
NEW YORK — Democrats should technically be able to win the 22nd State Senate District of Brooklyn that stretches from Bay Ridge to Marine Park, because of a voter registration
NEW YORK — It was a showdown at Howard Beach last night between the two candidates vying for the 15th State Senate District seat.
The debate between Democratic incumbent Sen. Joe