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Elections Roundup: Lever Machines; Weiner On Health Care; Lhota On Education

Jun 21, 2013

State lawmakers voted last night to allow the city to use the old lever voting machines for the primary on Sept 10 and any potential run-off. A run-off would be

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PHOTOS: Scenes From UFT’s Thompson

Jun 20, 2013

PHOTOS: Scenes From UFT’s Thompson Endors

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Weiner Shies Away As Quinn, de Blasio Duke It Out

Jun 19, 2013

PHOTO: Latima Stephens/Gotham Gazette A crowded stage of Democratic candidates for mayor laid low as Christine Quinn and Bill de Blasio jabbed at each other during tonight’s mayoral forum. The second televised

Last Updated (Friday, August 02, 2013 10:31 AM)

Ideas Roundup: Setting The Agenda For The Next Mayor

Jun 19, 2013

It seems that nearly every organization in the city is putting forth their priorities for the next mayor. Just in the past few days, we’ve heard from park advocates, transportation

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Event Of The Day: Mayoral Forum On Latino Issues

Jun 19, 2013

All Democratic mayoral candidates are expected to attend a mayoral debate tonight in Manhattan about Latino community issues and concerns. The debate is being held by the Latino Leadership Institute and

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Elections Roundup: Quinn Gets Headlines; Thompson May Get UFT

Jun 18, 2013

Democratic mayoral candidate Christine Quinn got a couple big headlines this morning. Michael Howard Saul of The Wall Street Journal takes a look at Quinn’s strategy of running on her record

Last Updated (Monday, August 05, 2013 11:19 AM)

Quinn On The Attack

Jun 17, 2013

 By Gotham Gazette City Government Reporter Chester Soria. "Talk is cheap," Democratic mayoral candidate Christine Quinn said today during what was billed as a major speech. "Voters will decide based

Last Updated (Friday, August 02, 2013 10:31 AM)

Endorsement Watch: Brooklyn DA race; De Blasio racks them up

Jun 17, 2013

U.S. Reps. Hakeem Jeffries and Yvette Clarke have endorsed Kenneth Thompson for Brooklyn district attorney. Thompson, a former federal prosecutor, is running against incumbent Charles Hynes, who is seeking his seventh

Last Updated (Monday, August 05, 2013 11:19 AM)

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