Melissa Mark-Viverito

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
News & Politics
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Rubén Díaz Sr.
The oversaturated pool of progressives could benefit the conservative cowboy-hatted councilman.
News & Politics
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Former New York City Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito at the Puerto Rican Day Parade in 2014.
The former New York City Council speaker talks about the island’s recent uprising and why she’ll never be silenced.
Personality
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Demonstrators march on Las Americas highway demanding the resignation of governor Ricardo Rosselló, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Thousands protest Ricardo Rosselló after his heinous private chats were made public.
News & Politics
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Rep. Jose Serrano.
Who’s in, who’s out, who’s on the fence, and who’s in the lead?
News & Politics
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Public advocate-elect Jumaane Williams meets with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at City Hall the day after his election victory.
Williams’ win was too broad to suggest potential paths to victory for other Dems.
News & Politics
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Jumaane Williams.
New York City’s public advocate special election results.
News & Politics
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Rush hour traffic in on the Brooklyn Bridge
The governor and mayor are aligned, but a few unanswered questions remain for congestion pricing’s future.
Policy
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Letitia James and Corey Johnson
The uniquely influential role will be filled once again, here’s what Letitia James' successor can expect.
News & Politics
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Jumaane Williams during the second televised public advocate debate
Why an array of criticisms being thrown at the public advocate candidate may not spook progressive voters.
News & Politics
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