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Two Longtime Congressmembers Face Stiff Challenges
  

Sep 08, 2010

It's rare that voters get to choose both their senators in the same year. But because of Hillary Clinton's resignation, state voters will elect two senators in November. On the

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Guide for the Last Minute Voter: Primary 2010
  

Sep 08, 2010

Photo (cc) 2010 The biggest news from Tuesday's primary elections might have less to do with the votes cast than with how people cast them. This election will mark the passage

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Republicans Look to Pick Up a Seat in Queens
  

Aug 24, 2010

Photo by Jim Henderson The 26th Assembly District features tree-lined streets, houses with American flags, parks -- and voters who switch from one party to the other. The version of this story

Charter Commission Approves Ballot Proposals
  

Aug 12, 2010

Voters will get their chance to opine on term limits -- but little else of similar magnitude -- this fall after the city Charter Revision Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to

Term Limits Could Throw Out Council Members
  

Jul 15, 2010

Photo (cc) When City Council members Sara Gonzalez, Darlene Mealy and Jimmy Vacca voted to extend term limits nearly two years ago, they may not have expected to miss out on

Will Angry Voters Throw Albany's Rascals Out?
  

Jul 12, 2010

Photo Office of Sen. Pedro Espada State Sen Pedro Espada, shown here on his way to a 2009 rally, is one of the few incumbents facing serious challengers. "Throw the bums out."