Kay Dervishi

West Islip, New York, USA - 22 September 2019
Most towns in New York use an at-large election system, which favors white majorities.
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Donald Trump exits Air Force One on July 30th.
The president attacks his former hometown frequently, and often inaccurately.
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The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on Tuesday for yet another case challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
If the Affordable Care Act is struck down, at least 1 million New Yorkers could lose their health insurance.
Policy
policy
Future-Rep. Mondaire Jones.
A gay, Black, progressive first-time candidate showed that Westchester and Rockland counties are ready for change.
Personality
personality
Senator Chuck Schumer
GOP-led Senate would likely mean less COVID-19 relief funding.
Policy
policy
Westchester's next DA Mimi Rocah.
Mimi Rocah talks about the possibility of investigations against Trump and her plan to address racial disparities in arrests.
Personality
personality
New York has no shortage of competitive and consequential state legislative races this year.
Will the Democrats secure a supermajority in the state Senate?
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A little more than 1 million New Yorkers have successfully submitted an absentee ballot as of Oct. 27.
Official tallies won’t be finalized until at least December, but the outcomes of many races could become apparent as the absentee ballot count continues over the next several weeks.
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The Working Families Party has been working to get New Yorkers to vote for Joe Biden on their ballot line.
The third party backs Democratic candidates, but still wants to keep its ballot line.
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City & State analyzes this year's competitive state Senate races.
Will Democrats maintain and grow their majority?
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