Annie McDonough

Borough president candidates
There’s fierce competition to serve in the roles often considered political steppingstones.
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The use of text banking by political candidates keeps growing.
Texts from political campaigns are a growing form of voter outreach and New York City voters already jaded.
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Five New York City mayoral candidates attend a forum hosted by City & State.
A few days before early voting starts, five mayoral candidates jockeyed for position on Monday night.
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New York State Assembly Member Ron Kim
The Assembly member defied Gov. Andrew Cuomo over COVID-19 nursing home deaths, but he won’t be bullied by the governor.
Personality
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Canarsie local subway L train stops at a station
The candidate goes up against establishment-backed opponents in the southeastern Brooklyn district.
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A Postmates delivery vehicle on the streets of New York City.
While some lawmakers approve of the compromise legislation, there’s not much time left in the session to pass it.
Policy
policy
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.
Personality
personality
An NYPD surveillance camera in Staten Island.
Concerns about police surveillance hardly begin and end with “digidog.”
Policy
policy
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.
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New York City and state legislators are passing new laws to make it easier for MWBEs to get contracts.
The pandemic hit MWBEs particularly hard, making New York City and state contracting even more important.
Policy
policy
Annie McDonough
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