Bill Lipton

New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams questions NYCHA chair Shola Olatoye.
But with most candidates not campaigning, it’s more of a technicality.
Cast your vote for the biggest Winners & Losers.
Gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon delivers her concession speech at the Working Families Party primary night party in New York City.
The Working Families Party needs to get 50,000 votes for governor to keep its ballot line.
Rep. Joe Crowley
The congressman refuses to vacate the Working Families Party line, despite the party's request.
Zephyr Teachout at the WFP convention
The Working Families Party named a placeholder for its attorney general candidate.
Fordham University law professor Zephyr Teachout attends a Labor Day parade in 2014.
The embattled progressive party has some challenges this year.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announces NYCHA’s ten most infested developments will receive dry-ice abatement treatments
Recapping the top political news in New York this week.
Gov. Cuomo can call himself whatever he wants, and you can vote for this week's best and worst.
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