Campaigns & Elections

Elizabeth Warren NYC
Elizabeth Warren is pulling away from the pack, at least in New York.
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Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal was just one of the elected officials who rallied before the Public Campaign Financing Commission hearing, arguing the task should be handled by lawmakers.
The biggest fight? The future of fusion voting.
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New York City voting machines.
And should the state eliminate fusion voting?
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voting
Commissioners on the Public Campaign Financing Commission come from varied backgrounds and political patrons.
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New York state Assemblyman Michael Blake.
If they lose, they’ll be out of a job, thanks to the new primary date.
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Voting
It could boost turnout, but hurt congressional and state legislative challengers.
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Special education teacher Andom Ghebreghiorgis (center).
Why a flood of Democratic congressional challengers could help entrenched incumbents.
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand launching her 2020 presidential campaign.
Two readers were off by a single day.
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There was no viral moment, but the quixotic campaign continues.
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New York state Sen. Brian Benjamin holds a press conference regarding the closure of Rikers Island during his 2017 campaign.
The Harlem lawmaker may join an increasingly crowded 2021 race.
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