Jumaane Williams

Election security is a high priority for New York officials.
The ExpressVote XL machines raise questions about reliability and security
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Ocasio-Cortez, the social media star, helped catapult the case against Amazon into the national spotlight.
From Amazon turning tail to polling at zero for the presidency, here are the highest highs and lowest lows for New York politicians this year.
Winners & Losers
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Construction workers
Public Advocate Jumaane Williams’ bill is meant to expand opportunities for training.
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Churros
NYC has failed to reform its vending laws. Perhaps its elected officials should do something about that.
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New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams.
Republicans barely even put up a fight on Tuesday.
News & Politics
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Councilman Joe Borelli.
The Republican says he represents “millions of New Yorkers who aren't out there protesting in the streets.”
News & Politics
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Ash covers an emergency vehicle as it lies near the area known as Ground Zero, following the collapse of the Twin Towers.
Students and teachers near ground zero were exposed to toxins. They’re only being told now.
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New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams.
Experts advocate minimizing police involvement in responding to mental health crises.
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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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Gov. Andrew Cuomo and company chowing down on some Gianelli sausage.
Elected leaders do their best to show how much fun they had.
News & Politics
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