Working Families Party

A dodo bird.
Working Families was founded by outsiders to make New York more progressive. Now that progressivism is mainstream, what’s left?
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New York State WFP director Bill Lipton at a rally in 2015 to urge the New York Wage Board to seek a $15 per hour minimum wage.
The Public Campaign Financing Commission could spell the end for the powerful party.
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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.
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A voter looks over a sample 2016 New York ballot showing presidential candidates on multiple party lines.
New York’s unusual, controversial cross-endorsement practice is under discussion.
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Jimmy McMillan of the Rent is Too Damn High Party.
It’s not just the Working Families Party. Your ballot is likely to include at least one odd-sounding party.
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New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams questions NYCHA chair Shola Olatoye.
But with most candidates not campaigning, it’s more of a technicality.
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Donald Trump with his dad Fred Trump in 1977
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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Cast your vote for the biggest Winners & Losers.
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Protestors outside the Supreme Court gather in opposition of Donald Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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The Nation endorsed Cynthia Nixon, while The New York Times backed Andrew Cuomo
A guide to who's gotten behind whom.
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