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The Associated Press is reporting that former transit chief Joe Lhota has won the Republican nomination for mayor.
Lhota is the former chief of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and was credited
NEW YORK — One loud crank of a handle. Multiple flips of little levers. And then another loud crank.
These were among the defining sounds of primary day on Tuesday as
Eliot Spitzer, the former governor turned candidate for comptroller, will party in Harlem. Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio will stay closer to home in Brooklyn. But most of the
The shock and awe of the 2013 New York City primary election is coming to an end. Say goodbye to surprise scandal-scarred candidates, celebrity endorsements, embarassing gaffes, deranged press people
Earlier this summer, we visited the old lever voting machines in storage in Brooklyn. Here are the photos our intern took at the time.
NEW YORK — Participatory budgeting, which promises to give constituents a greater say in how public funds are distributed in their communities, was adopted by the 19th City Council District
In an exit interview, Mayor Michael Bloomberg talks about stop-and-frisk, being a "nanny" and why he thinks Bill de Blasio is running a "racist" campaign for mayor. (New York Magazine)
“The Mid-Island section of Staten Island suffers in particular from suburban sprawl. Contractors have been tearing down old single-family homes and putting in multiple-family townhouses, creating as many as six
Given the importance of this year's election, it may be no surprise that interest groups across the city have issued guides to the candidates. Looking to find out what the
Closing in on the primary elections, candidates for mayor from both major parties are trying to avoid an endorsement from Mayor Michael Bloomberg. (NY Times)
The latest Quinnipiac University poll released