Campaigns & Elections

The state budget provides a chance for campaign finance reform.
Reducing the influence of big money in state politics can still happen.
Opinion
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Could the coronavirus lead to bringing voting completely online?
NY wouldn’t have to postpone elections if we could all vote online.
News & Politics
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Social distancing to slow the spread of the coronavirus will put a hitch in candidates petitioning and canvassing.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler joins growing calls for reduced petitioning requirements.
News & Politics
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Absentee voting could be the new normal as the coronavirus rages on.
While states consider postponing elections, expanding absentee voting may be another solution.
News & Politics
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New York City Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson
And the city councilwoman has been practicing her Spanish for 2021.
Personality
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The Queens borough president candidates on Monday.
We asked the candidates 16 questions. Here are their answers.
News & Politics
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Candidate for the Bronx Assembly District 84, Amanda Septimo
The progressive party is backing the 29-year-old candidate against 26-year incumbent Carmen Arroyo.
News & Politics
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Bloomberg at a campaign rally in Tennessee days before dropping out of the presidential race.
The former New York City mayor couldn’t replicate his winning formula nationally.
News & Politics
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Michael Bloomberg in September, 2001 as the Republican mayoral candidate.
Sabotage. Microtargeting. Mind games. Will the billionaire’s playbook translate to the national stage?
News & Politics
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Public Advocate Jumaane Williams is staunchly opposed to Bloomberg's candidacy.
The New York City public advocate keeps slamming the former mayor’s record.
News & Politics
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