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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
Common Cause says Gov. Andrew Cuomo needs to get his veto pen ready to stop the city from bringing back its old-school lever voting machines for this year’s elections.
From the press release:
Today, the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB) announced the sponsors and schedule for the New York City Debate Program for the 2013 elections. The CFB
Rounding up Queens election news so far this week:
The Working Families Party has endorsed Democrat Melinda Katz in the highly contested Queens Borough President race.
“If you’re fighting for good jobs,
Haven’t had the time to tune into the upcoming City Council elections?
Well, if you’re in Council District 36, which encompasses Brooklyn’s Crown Heights and Bedford-Stuyvesant, The Power Lever Project by
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer has endorsed Daniel Squadron for public advocate, giving the state senator’s campaign a boost in the packed Democratic primary.
This is the first time Schumer has endorsed
Rounding up the #NYC2013 news from around the Internet:
Mayoral candidates responded to the wide-ranging climate change adaptation plan unveiled by Mayor Michael Bloomberg yesterday. Politicker has most of them here.