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On Tuesday, voters of the 13th State Senate district in Queens will decide whether Hiram Monserrate deserves a second chance.
Expelled from the Senate after he was found guilty of
The city Board of Elections has selected this optical scanner, Election Systems & Software DS200, to record and tabulate votes.
If all goes according to plan, New York City will have
With a handful of incumbents having lost in this fall's New York City Council elections, the 2009 elections seemed more competitive than those in 2005, but exactly how much more
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After this year's election, the main story seemed to be the outcome of the mayor's race and the future of the city for the next
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Oct. 17, 2009 protest by the Radical Homosexual Agenda against Bloomberg's revision of term limits
This is one in a series, to run between now and Election Day, examining
These results are based on the unofficial vote tally as reported by the wire services and, as much as possible, directly from the New York City Board of Elections.
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With his usual candor and humor, Councilmember Simcha Felder attempted to keep order in a crammed City Council chamber on Thursday.
"We're going to
Gotham Gazette image by Ya-Hsuan Huang
So where do John McCain and Barack Obama stand on issue of particular concern to New Yorkers and residents of other big cities? Gotham
Photo by Working Families PartyPhoto from a Working Families Party press conference, October 6th.
City Councilmember Letitia James, a progressive who was elected on the Working Families Party ticket,