New York City

Rafael Salamanca, Helen Hines, and the 17th district.
Helen Hines is running for a third time against Rafael Salamanca, who enjoys hefty advantages.
The term-limited City Councilmember Fernando Cabrera.
Six candidates are vying to replace the term-limited Fernando Cabrera in a Bronx district that faces unique housing challenges.
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NYC Mayoral Candidate Shaun Donovan
The former HUD secretary may not know what a home costs in Brooklyn, but he has a long, if sometimes controversial, record of tangible accomplishments on affordable housing.
Mayoral candidate Kathryn Garcia in Spanish Harlem on May 1.
The New York Times interviews that led to its endorsement of Kathryn Garcia for mayor of the City of New York revealed how off others in the race were on several responses to key questions.
Jamie Torres-Springer
New York City Department of Design and Construction Commissioner Jamie Torres-Springer talks COVID-19 capital project delivery, East Side Coastal Resiliency and borough-based jails.
Charles Barron.
Assembly Member Charles Barron is running for Inez’s seat, which he previously held, but he faces opponents with their own support.
Dianne Morales an excluded workers victory rally.
Candidates should seek (and share) “top five” endorsements to make the most of New York’s new ranked-choice elections
New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson
Johnson’s former chief of staff, Erik Bottcher has seen fundraising success since last year, consistently leading amongst candidates who aren’t incumbents and bringing in remarkable amounts of cash.
Dianne Morales
Dianne Morales is the mayoral field’s unapologetic progressive. It’s won her fierce and energetic supporters, but some doubt she can win over the city.