Melinda Katz

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer.
The 59-year-old comptroller wants you to know he’s woke AF.
New York City voting machines.
Just 16 votes separate Katz and Cabán – and that’s just one of the remarkable numbers.
Voting
The contested Queens DA race has some up in arms about the fairness of New York’s elections.
Public defender Tiffany Caban listens as Queens borough President Melinda Katz speaks during a Queens District Attorney candidates forum at St. John's University.
The Queens DA race recount has some questioning their faith in the democratic process.
Tiffany Cabán campaigning on the day of the Queens District Attorney primary.
The Working Families Party doesn’t function like a normal third party, and that’s a good thing.
A civilian casts a vote.
Katz and Cabán are fighting over which ballots should count. Here’s what the law and election experts say.
Queens Borough President and Queens District Attorney candidate Melinda Katz.
Absentee and affidavit ballots gave Katz a 20-vote lead over Tiffany Cabán, who declared victory last week.
Queens District Attorney candidate Tiffany Caban speaks with civil rights activist Tamika Mallory, following a press conference calling for an investigation into the false conviction of the Central Park Five.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
Grey box with words "Winners & Losers" written in black
Who’s up and who’s down this week?
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