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Voter Guides 2013

by Chester Soria, Sep 06, 2013
 

Given the importance of this year's election, it may be no surprise that interest groups across the city have issued guides to the candidates. Looking to find out what the candidates have said about education, sustainability or pedestrian friendly streets? Look no further. Don't find your organization's guide listed here? This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it We'll be happy to add it.

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The official city guide to the elections, produced by NYC Votes.
Candidates, results and more from AM New York
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.
An online resource containing comprehensive nonpartisan information regarding each of the 33 races evaluated by Citizens Union, the sister organization of Gotham Gazette.
City Community Garden Coalition asked the mayoral candidates several questions.
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.
Over 40 organizations came together to engage the candidates on arts in the education.
National Organization of Women-NYC presents its list of candidate choices.
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.
The New York World presents an interactive matrix of answers to policy questions.
Guide to the mayoral candidates, poll tracker, issues, advertising and more from The New York Times.
Gotham Schools presents a searchable database on candidate responses to education issues, from accountability to teaching and learning.
From Transportation Alternatives' website: "Here's what the candidates had to say about how they will (or won't) support biking, walking and safe streets throughout the city."
The city's official video voter guide.


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