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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.
By Chester Soria, City Government Reporter
NEW YORK — On a recent Sunday in April, state Sen. Gustavo Rivera and Democratic mayoral nominee Christine Quinn were standing in front of a
"What I can tell you is we’re going to have a woman mayor," City Council Speaker and Democratic mayoral hopeful Christine Quinn declared with confidence at City Hall yesterday.
FiveThirtyEight has taken a look at public opinion polls going back to 1989 and found that the early Democratic frontrunner in the mayoral race has “a near perfect record" of
Bill Thompson isn’t scared by poor showings in recent polls.In recent polls from both Quinnipiac and Marist College, the former comptroller and second-time mayoral candidate has stayed in the low
A union representing police detectives opposes legislation that would create an independent monitor to oversee the New York Police Department.But their opposition to the proposal hasn’t stopped the union from
NEW YORK — Once again in 2013, the leading candidate for mayor is a woman: Christine Quinn as Bella Abzug was in 1977. uinn has become one of the most
Vito Lopez, the man who held an iron grip on Brooklyn politics for years, was already planning to run for City Council when the Assembly voted to boot him from
Former Assemblyman Nelson Castro resigned in April 2013 after admitting he had worn a wire for most of his time in office after reaching a deal with the Bronx District
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