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Guide for the Last Minute (Primary) Voter

Sep 08, 2009

Only 18 months ago, Sept. 15, 2009 was shaping up to be a big day in New York City politics. Hundreds of thousands of New York City Democrats would go

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Racing to Represent Long Island City

Sep 04, 2009

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A Diverse Group of Candidates Competes in a Diverse District

Sep 03, 2009

Photo (cc) wenzday01 Drummers from a Korean Moon Festival parade in Flushing As primary day approaches, the only thing certain in Queens' 20th district is that someone new will represent the community

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Booing the Yankees in the Bronx

Sep 02, 2009

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In Eastern Queens, A Weprin Wants to Change Jobs

Aug 31, 2009

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Campaign Coverage

Aug 24, 2009

Scores of new faces are vying for a place at City Hall It's officially campaign season. Go to our Guide for the Last Minute Voter In just a few days,

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Drumming Up Support in the Heights

Aug 24, 2009

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Debating Who Can Best Preserve Northeast Queens

Aug 24, 2009

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Stated Meeting: City Council Requires Pharmacies to Translate

Aug 21, 2009

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In Lower Manhattan, an Incumbent Fights for His Seat

Aug 19, 2009

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