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Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio leads in the latest Quinnipiac poll, trouncing City Council Speaker Christine Quinn [NY Times]
De Blasio's rival for the nomination, Bill Thompson, releases campaign' first
Last Updated (Wednesday, February 05, 2014 05:50 PM)
Councilman Leroy Comrie has endorsed Melinda Katz for the Democratic nomination in the race to be the next Queens borough president.
Comrie, who dropped out of the race last month, highlighted
Last Updated (Wednesday, August 13, 2014 02:30 PM)
NEW YORK — Thirty or so New Yorkers were cheering for comptroller candidate Scott Stringer on Fifth Avenue last night when a platoon of his opponent’s noisy supporters marched in
The leading Democratic candidates for mayor are expected to participate in a televised primary debate tonight.
The one-hour debate will air on WABC/Channel 7 and be streamed online at 7 p.m.
Oddly symbolic showdown outside CUNY bw @stringer2013 + @SpitzerForNYC crews. https://t.co/hrNXjdUCdi
— Chester Soria (@chestersoria) August 12, 2013
Last Updated (Wednesday, February 05, 2014 05:51 PM)
Last week's rousing and contentious debate between comptroller candidates Scott Stringer and Eliot Spitzer gets its sequel tonight.
Tonight's debate at the CUNY Graduate School — airing at 7 p.m. on
Last Updated (Wednesday, February 05, 2014 05:52 PM)
Democratic mayoral candidate Erick Salgado's campaign filed a lawsuit against Quinnipiac University Polling Institute today accusing the organization of silencing the Latino vote in this year's election by excluding him
New York Times Editorial Board: "It’s encouraging that the candidates at least agree that the city’s weak hospitals must have the focused attention of the next mayor." (New York Times)
Last Updated (Wednesday, August 13, 2014 02:29 PM)
Comptroller candidates Scott Stringer and Eliot Spitzer debated earlier this morning, trading shots at each other. Read highlights in The Wall Street Journal.
Scott Stringer: “People don’t realize this, but I
NEW YORK — It is a familiar refrain by now: in a field stacked with Democratic candidates, it's still too difficult to draw policy lines among the candidates for Manhattan