Campaigns & Elections

A neighborhood in Monroe County.
Monroe County’s new executive is typical of moderate Democrats who are flipping former GOP strongholds in upstate suburbs.
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Democratic Socialists at the New York City Women's March on Jan. 21, 2017.
These groups are shaking up the Democratic primaries.
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There’s no recipe for an Ocasio-Cortesian victory – one cup camera-ready charisma, one lump of leftism and a dash of hustle? – but these candidates have the right taste.
Meet the next round of young upstarts taking on Congress from the left.
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Stickers handed out to voters.
Republicans won some races upstate, but Democrats did well in the suburbs.
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A ballot being cast.
Ranked-choice voting is officially coming to NYC.
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Voting ballot
Here’s what New Yorkers planning to vote need to know.
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New Yorkers line up to cast their votes for President of the United States on Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
There are competitive races for county executives and district attorneys.
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders appear at a 'Bernie's Back' rally in Queens on Oct. 19.
Elizabeth Warren is pulling away from the pack, at least in New York.
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New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.
Candidates might be incentivized to reach beyond their base.
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Josh Pierre.
Progressives are targeting several longtime Democratic lawmakers.
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