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Nuha Dolby

is an Editorial Intern at City & State.

Campaigns & Elections


Race heats up to fill Corey Johnson’s council seat

Johnson’s former chief of staff, Erik Bottcher, has seen fundraising success since last year, consistently leading amongst candidates who aren’t incumbents and bringing in remarkable amounts of cash.

New York State


Prisoners slowly receiving COVID-19 vaccines

After winning a lawsuit against Cuomo and navigating the J&J pause, incarcerated people are finally getting vaccinated.

Andrew Cuomo


All the allegations against Cuomo

Here are all of the women who have accused the governor of sexual harassment.

Interviews & Profiles


Eric Dinowitz isn’t declaring victory yet

The leading candidate in District 11 talks political dynasties, upzoning and a cappella.



Rent hardship declarations spike

The number of renters suffering hardships due to COVID-19 and seeking moratoriums on their rent through May 1, has more than tripled.



Fernando Cabrera’s next move

An interview with the term-limited New York City Council member, who is running for Bronx borough president.

Campaigns & Elections


Special City Council election in diverse Bronx district

Ranked choice voting will decide who wins among six candidates vying to fill the City Council District 11 seat.

New York City


New York can’t get rich quick with GameStop

The state’s retirement funds may own a ton of shares, but it doesn’t actively trade them.



Teamsters declare victory in Hunts Point strike

The produce workers who kept New York City fed during the pandemic finally see the fruits of their labor.

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