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City Councilwoman Letitia James will likely become the first black woman to hold citywide office after winning last night's Democratic primary runoff for public advocate.
The race with state Sen. Daniele
New Yorkers might not know it, but today’s another election day.
Last month’s Democratic primary left the city with a tossup for who the next public advocate would be. Brooklyn Councilwoman
The Democratic primary for Brooklyn's 48th district may be over, but one of the candidates is crying foul over what he alleges were dirty tricks used in the race.
There's a winner in the race to replace Brooklyn City Councilman Albert Vann: District leader Robert Cornegy Jr. eked out a win over Kirsten John Foy for the 36th district
Republican mayoral candidate Joe Lhota needs to "persuading an overwhelmingly Democratic electorate to pick a leader who cites Barry Goldwater and Margaret Thatcher as his intellectual forebears." (The New York
The two Democratic candidates for the office of public advocate — the job currently held by mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio — are scheduled to face-off tonight in a televised
For voters in a handful of City Council districts, the primary was just a warm-up to the main event: the general election on Nov. 5. Here are five races to
GOP mayoral candidate Joe Lhota has raised more money from business and finance sectors than rival Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio. (Newsday)
Despite his long resume, Lhota faces "long odds" in
ALBANY, N.Y. — Victor Pichardo was a relative outsider with an unblemished reputation who entered the race to replace disgraced former Bronx Assemblyman Nelson Castro with a promise of a
GOP mayoral candidate Joe Lhota challenges Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio to weekly debates. (Daily News)
Quinnipiac poll: More confirmation that Bill de Blasio in the lead for the mayor's