Kay Dervishi

Yonkers City Council Member Shanae Williams
A young, Black Yonkers City Council member is challenging a 16-year white incumbent.
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Quemuel Arroyo, the MTA's first all-agency Chief Accessibility Officer.
The largest public transit system in the nation believes Quemuel Arroyo can bring about much-needed improvements, but some advocates fear it will be business as usual.
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NYC’s former census czar Julie Menin.
Julie Menin shared her frustrations with the state’s census efforts.
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A join session of Congress.
But the state only needed 89 more people to fill out the census to keep all 27 of its House seats.
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New legislation would require future NYPD officers to live in New York City. The police union argues the cost of living is too high and salaries are too low.
It could improve community relations, but unions object and even some reform advocates are unenthused.
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State Sen. Rachel May unseated an aisle-crossing moderate in 2018. Since then, she’s helped to galvanize the progressive upstate left.
The IDC-slaying state senator is showing that you don’t have to be a moderate to win.
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The NYS budget includes $10 million in support for Asian American organizations.
Boosted pay for human services workers, support for Asian American organizations and more.
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Bill de Blasio at the Campaign Against Hunger Food Pantry
Reimbursement will be even lower than it was last year, when the initiative’s funding was cut.
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Dianne Morales is running an optimistic campaign for mayor of New York City.
Former staff and fellow nonprofit executives knew Dianne Morales, the progressive mayoral candidate, as a leader with big plans.
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Joon Kim
These investigators know how to deal with high-profile cases – and corruption in Albany.
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