A group of Manhattan Democrats wants to force County Leader Keith Wright to choose between working for the party and working for a lobbying firm.
All 51 Council seats are open in 2023 in redrawn districts. In the current primary elections, here’s where the most competitive contests are happening.
The Council member often charged with being MIA is vying for a fifth term representing Brownsville. She’s up against two challengers, led by a first-time candidate struggling for recognition.
Incumbent Julie Won gets snubbed by a key union coalition after she said building workers cut a dubious deal.
Former judge Laura Lee Jacobson says a political panel wrongly smeared her reputation and ruined her judicial career.
In the coming weeks, you may be asked to add your signature to a form nominating a candidate for this year’s elections. Here’s what that means.
This was a stinging rebuke to Governor Kathy Hochul, who pushed aggressively for LaSalle’s confirmation.
Daniel Kandhorov lied to business associates about a medical-billing scheme that involved referrals and kickbacks, according to the suit, which involves others with powerful connections to the mayor.
Former state Sen. Jesse Hamilton and former Brooklyn Democratic Party District Leader Tommy Torres join numerous friends and political supporters of the mayor now in top city posts.
Brooklyn Democratic Machine Appoints Little Pakistan Residents to Party Posts Without Their Knowledge
A former party leader in the borough says ‘ghost appointees’ are not a new phenomenon.
As Republicans look poised to oust veteran Democratic lawmakers, some officials are publicly sounding the alarm about the state and county party organizations.
An analysis by THE CITY shows that if voters in Sunset Park and Park Slope had been in the district, as under earlier maps, Rose would have edged out Nicole Malliotakis — and maybe helped save Democrats’ House majority.
While pre-election polls showed a close race, Democrats’ overwhelming registration advantage and late get-out-the-vote effort were enough for the incumbent to prevail.
The candidates for governor are far apart on many things — and public transit is no exception.
Six takeaways from the head-to-head between the gubernatorial candidates, as polls show a tightening race.
A handful of leaders voted behind closed doors ahead of the party’s big meeting in September, where newly elected members are expected to push for reforms.
With thousands of absentee ballots yet to be counted, around 1,300 votes separated Goldman and Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou, who refused to concede until every vote is counted.
On a fixed income and counting on wages from early voting days, an experienced poll worker suddenly found herself on a Board of Elections do-not-work list.
At the Kings County party convention last week, a dozen nominees got named by acclamation. Behind the scenes, conflicts almost came to blows.
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