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Many Policy Agendas For The Next Mayor
  

Aug 19, 2013

The New York City Bar Association wants the next mayor to reform stop-and-frisk. Just Food, a nonprofit that connects local farms to communities, wants the next mayor to end hunger.

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Aug 19, 2013

Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio, hailed in some corners as the leading progressive candidate in the race, has landed an endorsement from an unexpected ally in the City Council. Brooklyn

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Event Of The Day: Co-op City Mayoral Forum
  

Aug 19, 2013

Many of the candidates for mayor have agreed to attend a forum tonight to discuss their vision for Co-op City, a development in the Bronx that houses over 40,000 residents. The

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Campaign Trail: Weekend Roundup
  

Aug 18, 2013

Vito Lopez's attempt to win a seat on the City Council was made more difficult after an underdog candidate dropped out. (New York Post) Three major daily newspapers endorsed Scott Stringer

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Housing Woes In The 'New' Brooklyn
  

Aug 18, 2013

BROOKLYN — Over a decade ago, Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene was often referred to as “Murder Avenue.” The street was filled with boarded up storefronts and its sidewalks littered

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Campaign Trail: Public Advocate Candidates Debate
  

Aug 15, 2013

The candidates vying for the office of public advocate sparred in a televised debate (New York Daily News) (Photo: Instagram/juanmanyc) New poll shows Bill de Blasio running "neck-and-neck" with Christine Quinn

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Why Does The Public Advocate Matter?
  

Aug 15, 2013

NEW YORK — Here’s one reason why the office of public advocate matters: the officeholder is one heartbeat away from running the city. The office currently held by surging Democratic mayoral

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Digital Tools For Democracy
  

Aug 14, 2013

NEW YORK — An Internet presence is pretty much essential for any modern-day political campaign, whether it’s as simple as posting updates to Twitter or a full-blown website with tools

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Campaign Trail: De Blasio Up In The Polls
  

Aug 13, 2013

Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio leads in the latest Quinnipiac poll, trouncing City Council Speaker Christine Quinn [NY Times] De Blasio's rival for the nomination, Bill Thompson, releases campaign' first

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