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An influential councilman who happens to be running for Queens borough president is opposed to building a Major League Soccer stadium in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. BP candidate and City
Eliot Spitzer has thrown himself into a last-minute bid for comptroller leaving himself very little room for error in collecting — by midnight Thursday — the 3,750 signatures he needs
It’s not just Eliot Spitzer who is facing a deadline to get on the ballot for the primary election in September.
Candidates across the city are racing to get petitions signed
A sweaty, grinning, energized Eliot Spitzer made his first public appearance in Union Square as a candidate for comptroller and was immediately swamped by reporters and heckled by New Yorkers.
All eyes are on Eliot Spitzer today, but Republican candidate John Burnett chided the former governor and current media darling’s last-minute jump into the comptroller race.
"The comptroller’s office is too important to be used
New York is one of a handful of states that still requires all candidates — incumbents and challengers — to file petitions with voter signatures to secure a place on
We asked a political science professor about the Comptroller’s role in city government and why you should care about this thing you’ll be hearing about incessantly for the next 48
All of the candidates for Queens Borough President are expected to attend a forum tonight to answer questions about post-Hurricane Sandy rebuilding and sustainability issues.
The New York League of Conservation
Eliot Spitzer wants to get back into the political game. The former governor made the surprise announcement yesterday that he is running to be the city’s chief financial officer. Spitzer
One of the men running for New York City mayor, if elected, would be making a return to city government after an over 15-year absence.