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- Democrats Flipped a Brooklyn State Senate Seat in 2018; Is It In Play In 2020?
- After Strong Primary Showing, Will New Crop of Progressives Push Assembly Democrats Further Left?
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- Campaign Donations from Real Estate Lobby Drop Dramatically as Democrats Decline Them
- Could Coronavirus Exodus from Manhattan Impact Competitive Tri-Borough Congressional Primary?
- Long-time Incumbent Faces Two Challengers from the Left in Western Queens Assembly Primary
- Challenges for Challengers: Coronavirus Crisis May Make It An Especially Tough Year for Insurgents to Overcome Incumbents
- Self-Funding Community Activist Challenges Progressive Star Incumbent in Lower Manhattan Assembly Primary
- Community Activist Takes on 47-Year Incumbent in North Brooklyn Assembly Race
- Two Dozen Political Clubs Announce New Police Reform Demands of Electeds and Candidates
- Race to the Left in Western Queens Assembly Primary
- Colleges Likely to Continue Bans If New York Legalizes Recreational Marijuana Use
- Without Chair, Council Committee Hears Bills Aimed to Help Discharged Military Veterans
- Andrea Stewart-Cousins on Taking the Senate Reins, the Democratic Agenda & Getting Inside 'The Room'
- With Full Democratic Control, Sponsors of New York Single-Payer Health Care Hopeful About 2019
- Field for Public Advocate Special Election Comes Into Focus
- City Council Checks In On Department of Veterans Services, Discusses Reporting Bill
- Two-Tiered Agenda for Democrats If They Take State Senate
- Senate Democrats Full of Optimism About Flipping Chamber, One-Party Control of State Government
- A Lifelong Democrat and Famed Civil Rights Attorney, Michael Sussman Runs for Attorney General as a Green
- At ‘Museum of Broken Windows,’ NYCLU Exhibits Case for Reform