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Democratic elections are built on a covenant of trust. That is why disclosure of money in politics is fundamental to the democratic process. Information about how and where
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Assemblymember John "Jack" McEneny presides over a redistricting hearing in Manhattan.
Last week City Hall News named Assemblymember John "Jack" McEneny, Democratic chair of the New York State
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Candidates for the 54th Assembly District meet in Cypress Hills to debate.
The doors burst open at the Roosevelt Community center at 400 Hart Street in Brooklyn. Just
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Military and overseas voters across the country got a break in 2009 when the federal government eased the process for them to receive ballots and
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City Council Speaker Christine Quinn already has $3 million on hand if, as expected, she decides to run for mayor in 20103.
Pontificating pundits and political reporters cannot
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Pedro Espada, facing a slew of ethics charges, was one of only two state senators from New York City who lost their re-election bids last year. Here,
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Campaign finance regulation is about to battle with the First Amendment.
The city Campaign Finance Board is gearing up to outline a
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Winners appear in bold. An asterisk indicates an incumbent. Results are rounded, so may not always equal 100 percent.
These results are based on the unofficial vote tally
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The Board of Elections launched a public education campaign on the new voting system. Critics say New Yorkers got the message, but the board didn't.
In many years, only Democrats have primaries in New York. Since the state has a closed party system -- where only party members can select their party's candidates -- that