Elections

Bill de Blasio Charter Revision Commission legislation
Here’s why the New York City mayor’s Charter Revision Commission produced its three proposals.
Opinion
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Ballot Question 1 would lower donation limits and increase public matching funds.
Opinion
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People fill out ballots during primary election voting in New York City on Sept. 13.
The embarrassing spectacle of regular voters bounced from the rolls has to stop.
Opinion
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Leecia Eve
The daughter of longtime Assemblyman Arthur Eve considers herself the most independent candidate.
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Assemblyman Brian Miller being sworn in.
“I did not sign that.” “That’s impossible.” “I’d like to know who’s using my name.”
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at a town hall with Council Speaker Corey Johnson.
What they're looking at, why there are two, and what key officials are saying.
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Voting booths on Election Day in NYC
The write-in contest is intended to promote idiosyncratic election law proposals.
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Zephyr Teachout
The law professor isn’t admitted to the New York state bar, but that may be easily fixed.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio signs legislation to create a online voter registration system in December, 2017.
The state keeps failing to ease voting, but cities can do it on their own.
Opinion
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Departures by Marchione, DeFrancisco and Bonacic give the GOP more reason to worry.
News & Politics
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