Rebecca C. Lewis

Saturday kicks off the start of the nine-day early voting period across New York, which lasts through Nov. 1.
Rounding up the week’s political news
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Voters are generally asked to leave attire supporting a candidate on the ballot at home before they vote.
Candidate merchandise is a no-go, but other political apparel is allowed.
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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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Differences on criminal justice reforms emerge among the candidates for Manhattan district attorney.
Famous for taking down crime lords, conspiracy charges are now more often levied against young Black men.
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Heshy Tischler
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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The New York State Senate Chamber in Albany.
Companies, unions and charter school advocates are hoping to influence key races across the state.
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SoHo neighborhood in Manhattan.
While most expressed at least theoretical support, missing details prevent them from fully committing.
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Members of the Orthodox community protesting Governor Cuomo's new coronavirus regulations.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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NYPD officers talk to members of the Orthodox community in Borough Park on October 7th.
Heavy-handed tactics against Black Lives Matter protests were absent Tuesday night.
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Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren walking out of court.
The intra-party Democratic dysfunction in Monroe County gives Albany a run for its money.
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Rebecca C. Lewis
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