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What could have been a straight-forward debate between the candidates running for City Council’s 8th District on Tuesday turned into a noisy, raucous event with plenty of unexpected audience participation.
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NEW YORK — The future of the 19th City Council District seat in northeast Queens was thrown into flux in April when the officeholder was arrested in a bribery scheme
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A Quinnipiac University poll released today revealed Bill de Blasio is leading the way with 36 percent — four points shy of avoiding a run-off — with City Council Speaker
NEW YORK — The growing threat of gentrification in East Harlem is forcing residents, community leaders, and City Council candidates to discuss affordable housing in one of the most diverse
Bill de Blasio
William Thompson Jr
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The Times endorsed City Council Speaker Christine Quinn for the Democratic nomination for mayor in the primary; it endorsed former subways chief Joe Lhota for the Republican nomination. (The Times
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NEW YORK — Tag team. That was the phrase that seems to have endured since last night’s first official Democratic primary debate, where Public Advocate Bill de Blasio was the
NEW YORK — One of Christine Quinn's biggest labor supporters is spitting mad with Bill de Blasio.
Hector Figueroa, president of SEIU 32BJ — the city's biggest service workers union —
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NEW YORK — Manhattan’s 3rd City Council District, covering the West Village, Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen, has been altered
Last Updated (Friday, August 23, 2013 03:16 PM)
TONIGHT: Live video stream of the first official Democratic mayoral primary election debate on Gotham Gazette. 7 pm
Mayoral candidates step up efforts to win the Latino vote. (Wall Street Journal)