Tiffany Cabán

Queens Borough President and Queens District Attorney candidate Melinda Katz.
But there’s still 114 contested ballots left to contend with.
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New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer.
The 59-year-old comptroller wants you to know he’s woke AF.
Personality
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New York City voting machines.
Just 16 votes separate Katz and Cabán – and that’s just one of the remarkable numbers.
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Voting
The contested Queens DA race has some up in arms about the fairness of New York’s elections.
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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.
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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.
Opinion
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A civilian casts a vote.
Katz and Cabán are fighting over which ballots should count. Here’s what the law and election experts say.
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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.
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Tiffany Caban smiles while greeting commuters in Queens.
Are the likely future Queens district attorney’s policies unusual compared to other boroughs?
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