Rebecca C. Lewis

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has recently suggested he could revoke the franchises of electric utilities in downstate New York following power outages.
Storm-related power outages revived talk of revoking franchises and public takeovers, but either would be slow and complicated.
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Incoming New York State Assembly Member Emily Gallagher (bottom right) and her campaign staff
5 campaign managers on how they waged their winning campaigns
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New Yorkers casting their ballots during the 2016 presidential election.
The state will need a lot more money to make sure the general election runs smoothly.
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State Attorney General Letitia James announced that she is suing to dissolve the National Rifle Association.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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De Blasio and Dr. Oxiris Barbot.
Hizzoner keeps his enemies far and his friends farther.
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Who won and who lost in the pandemic primary?
Jamaal Bowman, Mondaire Jones and Ritchie Torres all celebrate landmark victories.
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A New York judge ruled that ballots without a postmark must also be counted.
Thousands of previously invalidated ballots in New York City now must be counted.
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Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida was one of three Republican representatives followed in the HBO documentary "The Swamp."
A new HBO documentary follows three GOP House members fighting money in politics.
Personality
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Black Lives Matter protesters and NYPD officers have a confrontation near City Hall Park.
Rounding up the week’s political news
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Still from the video of Nikki Stone's arrest at 2nd ave and 25th Street.
Arrests by plainclothes officers in unmarked vehicles are common in communities of color, advocates and legislators say.
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Rebecca C. Lewis
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