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East Harlem District Debate on Affordable Housing Turns Ugly
  

Aug 29, 2013

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. "She’s

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Campaign Trail: De Blasio Surges. Again.
  

Aug 28, 2013

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

Mayoral Interviews
  

Aug 27, 2013

Sal Albanese Bill de Blasio Joe Lhota John Liu Christine Quinn William Thompson Jr Anthony Weiner Mayor's Office

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Campaign Trail: Weekend Roundup
  

Aug 26, 2013

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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Campaign Trails: The Latino Vote & More
  

Aug 21, 2013

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) Scott

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