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Judgeships are one of the last bastions of power for local political parties.
Some view the election as a test for the Brooklyn Democratic Party’s power.
Eric Adams
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Adams is a landlord and that’s how he approaches rent regulation.
New York Department of Labor
The problem persists despite $193 million in contracts to address it.
Andrew Yang has been leading the New York City mayoral primary polls.
Who’s endorsing whom in the race for City Hall.
City Council candidate Lynn Schulman
10 candidates seek to fill Karen Koslowitz’s City Council seat in District 29 while opposing the construction of Kew Gardens jail.
Curtis Sliwa
There’s been limited polling in this largely overlooked race.
Mayor de Blasio
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Mayoral candidates need a plan to help students from low-income families go to college.

OPINION

Mayor de Blasio
Mayoral candidates need a plan to help students from low-income families go to college.
The next administration needs a three-pronged approach: housing, health care and community.
Progressives need to consolidate behind their only candidate with a chance of winning.
Progressives may be turning towards because she is competent, but her ideology doesn’t always align with theirs.

POLITICS

New York City Council Member Bill Perkins
The longtime Council member from Harlem surprised observers by running for reelection.

Policy

New York Department of Labor
The problem persists despite $193 million in contracts to address it.
The outgoing mayor’s signature initiative was much-criticized, and the pandemic has exacerbated psychiatric problems.
The mayor doesn’t propose more cuts to the NYPD, but police reform activists still want them.
But will the city’s coffers be empty for the mayor’s successor?

PERSONALITY

Central Park West
The government officials, medical professionals and nonprofit leaders serving New Yorkers struggling with mental illness.
She calls coming forward the “most terrible” experience of her life, but has she finally brought change to Albany?
The Assembly member defied Gov. Andrew Cuomo over COVID-19 nursing home deaths, but he won’t be bullied by the governor.
The state Senator spoke to City & State about why he’s pushing to automatically seal and expunge the records of formerly incarcerated individuals.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

A diverse group in Queens rallied against anti-Asian hate crimes on May 2.
There is a lag between changes in the population and political representation, but this year’s races could close that gap.
How Black women in government and politics are getting it done.
Here’s what to watch during the endless bummer of COVID-19.
NYPD officer unions taught the NYC mayor a lesson in 2014. He hasn’t forgotten it.

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