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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
The State Senate and Assembly have reached a compromise on a bill that will delay any primary runoff in the city’s mayoral race and allow the city Board of Election
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
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
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
Several mayoral candidates are expected to attend a forum tonight in Queens that will address technology and innovation in New York City.
The forum is being held by the Coalition for
A coalition of the city’s largest housing groups has partnered with unlikely allies to demand that the next mayor create and preserve 150,000 units of affordable housing and address homelessness.
Democratic mayoral candidate Anthony D. Weiner told The New York Times recently that he coined the term “Obamacare." But, yesterday, after the claim was roundly criticized, a spokeswoman for Weiner
UPDATE: Organizers say de Blasio, Liu, Carrión, Albanese, Salgado and Gronowicz have confirmed they will attend.
Several mayoral candidates are invited to participate in a Manhattan forum on education issues tonight
Republican John Burnett went from working a cash register at Pathmark to overseeing wealth managers on Wall Street. Now, Daily Politics has learned, he wants to become the city’s next