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Will is an interactives/graphics producer for THE CITY. He was previously a news applications developer at Newsday and graduated from Stony Brook University School of Journalism.

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Find the City Council Candidates Running to Represent Your Neighborhood

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City Senators Refuse to Commit to Commission’s Redistricting Maps

THE CITY asked 10 local incumbents who stand to see their district lines redrawn by a new Independent Redistricting Commission whether they’ll vote yes on nonpartisan results. Three said no, while the others — including Queens reformer Mike Gianaris — dodged the question.

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New York City’s Population Booms — But Not for Everyone, Everywhere

New Census numbers show a record 8.8 million people live in the five boroughs, with population up 7.7% overall. Growth was especially strong in Brooklyn — but not for Black residents, whose numbers were down citywide.

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NYC Asian Activists Seek to Turn Surging Population Into Electoral Power

New Census numbers showing a 43% increase of Asian New Yorkers in Brooklyn and a 29% jump in Queens fuel demands for more representation as the process for redrawing elected officials’ district lines heats up.

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NYC Delta COVID Wave Sends Relatively Few to Hospitals So Far

Unlike in the November 2020 start of the second pandemic wave, serious illness is more unusual now with the majority of the city vaccinated. Meanwhile, de Blasio is pushing harder for more New Yorkers to get their shots as the unvaccinated get hardest hit.

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Showing Up: Map of Mayoral Candidates’ Campaign Stops Highlights Value of Being There

Follow the leading four Democratic mayoral candidates as they vied for votes across the city — and see how their stumping paid off.

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Meet Your Mayor: Our Quiz Tells You Which Candidates Best Match Your Positions on the Issues 

THE CITY asked City Hall contenders where they stand on tough decisions affecting the future of New York City — and invites you to see which candidates align with your own responses to the same questions

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City Residents Have Less of a Shot at COVID Vaccinations Than Other New Yorkers and Americans, Stats Suggest

If the five boroughs were a state, it would rank among those with the smallest share of people receiving life-preserving inoculations.

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More Than One of Every Four People Vaccinated in the City Don’t Live in the Five Boroughs

Mayor de Blasio promises safeguards against ineligible people who come to the city looking for vaccinations. But essential workers who live in the suburbs are allowed to get their shots at city facilities.

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Analysis: Why It’s So Hard to Spot NYC’s Next Coronavirus Hot Zones Using Public Stats

While health officials make life-altering calls on neighborhood shutdowns, official data releases prevent New Yorkers from seeing what’s going on in real time.