Elections

Voting ballot
Here’s what New Yorkers planning to vote need to know.
News & Politics
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Recchia Quinn Brewer
Former council members eyeing their old seats could undermine the goal.
News & Politics
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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.
Policy
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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.
News & Politics
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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.”
News & Politics
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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.
Policy
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Voting booths on Election Day in NYC
The write-in contest is intended to promote idiosyncratic election law proposals.
News & Politics
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