Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza.
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The New York City Board of Elections is officially moving ahead with a plan to send new absentee ballot packages to about 100,000 voters in Brooklyn.
Those who mail the wrong ballot materials risk falling through the cracks.
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Each election year, the city Board of Elections fails in a new, previously unimaginable way.
The absentee ballot mixup in Brooklyn has renewed perennial calls to overhaul the BOE.
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Here's what you need to know to make sure your ballot is counted.
Voters who received the wrong ballot wonder what to do. We’ve got some answers.
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Protestors on the Brooklyn Bridge after the conclusion of Breonna Taylor's trial that ended without convictions for the officers involved.
After nearly two decades of inaction, Breonna Taylor’s death may lead to reforms.
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Protestors gather at Barclay's Center on September 23rd after no police officers were charged with the murder of Breonna Taylor.
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City Council Speaker Corey Johnson at Encore Senior Center in August.
Cory Johnson dropping out of the 2021 mayoral race makes him just the latest speaker to fail to move up in electoral politics.
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New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson never took a side on Industry City.
The City Council speaker avoided taking a stance on the controversial plan that could have harmed his mayoral prospects.
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Black Lives Matter protestors at New York City Hall on June 23rd.
While NYC has quieted down, activists are gearing up for their next big fights.
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Rochester Police Chief La'Ron Singletary on September 8, 2020.
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