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The Other Races
  

Nov 02, 2009

It's not just the mayor's race on the ballot tomorrow. There are competitive contests in two other citywide posts and for the borough presidents. Public Advocate In what most say is a

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The Other Races
  

Nov 02, 2009

It's not just the mayor's race on the ballot tomorrow. There are competitive contests in two other citywide posts and for the borough presidents. Public Advocate In what most say is a

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 12:46 PM)

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The Other Races
  

Nov 02, 2009

It's not just the mayor's race on the ballot tomorrow. There are competitive contests in two other citywide posts and for the borough presidents. Public Advocate In what most say is a

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Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 12:47 PM)

Guide for the Last Minute Voter
  

Nov 02, 2009

Turnout is likely to be anemic, experts say. But that is no reason to head to the polls uninformed. In our latest Guide for the Last Minute Voter, we have an

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 12:47 PM)

Vann Gets a Challenger
  

Nov 02, 2009

Photos by Courtney Gross Albert Vann (left), Democratic incumbent in City Council District 36, is being challenged by Mark Winston Griffith (right), running on the Working Families Party ticket At the corner

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A Better Picture for the Arts
  

Nov 01, 2009

photo (cc) Barry Yanovitz During his administration Mayor Michael Bloomberg has encouraged high-profile public art projects such as Olafur Eliasson's Waterfalls. After Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's strained, and often turbulent, relationship with the

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Stated Meeting: Hines Midtown Tower Approved
  

Oct 29, 2009

Giving the go-ahead to the Museum of Modern Art to add three more floors to its gallery space, the City Council approved an approximately 1,000-foot skyscraper adjacent to the museum

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 12:45 PM)

The Council's Youngest Member Faces a Veteran
  

Oct 28, 2009

Left photo from Eric Ulrich 2009 and right photo from Frank Gulluscio 2009 Republican Eric Ulrich (left) and Democrat Frank Gulluscio (right) are in a race for Queens District 32 in

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Two Familiar Names Vie in District 30
  

Oct 26, 2009

Left image from ForumNews, right image from ElizabethCrowley.info Tom Ognibene, left, and Elizabeth Crowley, right, are fighting for the seat in District 30, a traditionally Republican stronghold in Queens. The Republicans hold

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Campaign 09: Fact or Fiction
  

Oct 26, 2009

Left photo (cc) asterix611, Right Photo (cc) Azi Paybarah They trade barbs and sling mud. And believe it or not, sometimes they exaggerate. We went through some of the accusations thrown by the

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