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Staten Island GOP Council Recount Pits Trump Fan Against Moderate Party Favorite

A lot more than 42 votes separate upstart candidate Marko Kepi and David Carr, who is backed by the Staten Island Republican Party. A loss for Carr would mean another upset for the local GOP — and perhaps another sign of the former president’s influence.

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Staten Island 2022 Congressional Race Already Heating Up as Rose Hints at Malliotakis Rematch

The battle for the House swing-seat is drawing national attention with midterms coming. Meanwhile, Democratic ideological splits, impending redistricting and Trump’s lingering hand are spelling another hard-fought race.

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Staten Island’s Answer to AOC Drawing Outside Money in Early Bid to Oust Malliotakis

Newcomer Brittany Ramos DeBarros is targeting the Trump-loving freshman rep in a congressional swing seat that’s again drawing interest — and cash — from beyond New York. But will a left turn — and redistricting — be enough?

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A Five-Mile Seawall Was Supposed to Protect Staten Island by 2021. A Fight Over Radiation Cleanup Stands in the Way

If the federal government doesn’t do the work, City Hall says the project will likely be pushed back another year. Meanwhile, it’s been more than eight years since Superstorm Sandy devastated parts of the borough.

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Staten Island Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Faces Backlash After Joining GOP Bid to Overturn Biden Win

Some observers say that after less than a week in office she may be vulnerable to a challenge in 2022. Others believe her pro-Trump stand could help cement her power in the conservative heart of her district.

NYC Congressional Reps Describe ‘Sheer Insanity’ as Insurrectionists Stormed Capitol

Reps. Ritchie Torres, Grace Meng and Nydia Velazquez detail being thrust into the frightening chaos on a day when the final stamp on Joe Biden’s election got stampeded by rioters acting in the name of Donald Trump, a son of Queens.

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Their Anti-Racism Marches Were Twisted in a $4 Million GOP Attack Ad Campaign. Now, They Just Want to Get Out the Vote

Meet the Young Leaders of Staten Island, a group that got embroiled in the Malliotakis-Rose House battle and is now forging a role in the 2021 municipal elections.

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Inside the Board of Elections’ Long Absentee Ballot Count

More than 713,000 mailed votes received must now be tallied, with several races in the balance. A new bill would speed up the process going forward.

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Staten Island’s Malliotakis Echoes Trump’s Refusal to Admit Biden Won Election

The Assembly member, who is on the verge of becoming New York City’s only GOP House rep, backs national Republicans in their unprecedented denial of the election results as she vies to position herself as Congress’ anti-AOC. 

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Malliotakis Declares Staten Island House Seat Victory, But Rose Vows to Fight On

A win by the Republican Assembly member over the Democratic freshman rep would mark a major comeback for the NYC GOP in a race that drew national notice. But Rose is pinning hopes on absentee ballots.

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Rose-Malliotakis House Fight Poised to Rage Well Past Election Day

With tens of thousands of absentee ballots out in the nationally watched Staten Island race, both sides agree that the count likely will stretch beyond Nov. 3 under lawyers’ eyes.

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Welcome to West Brighton, the Staten Island Neighborhood that Could Decide the Rose-Malliotakis House Race

It’s a swing neighborhood within a Congressional swing district, going variously for Democrats and Republicans in recent years — always picking the winner. And Rose and Malliotakis know it.

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Firm That Bungled Brooklyn Absentee Ballots to Handle Do-Over as Cuomo’s Simpler Solution Gets Ignored

Plans to send whole new ballot packages to 100K voters instead of just corrected envelopes spurred fears of new baseless Trump attacks. Concerns stretched to the tight Brooklyn-Staten Island Congressional race.

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The Candidates Running for Staten Island’s House Seat Agree on One Thing: They Blame Bill de Blasio for Everything

Freshman Rep. Max Rose and Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis are turning their increasingly bitter battle for the nationally watched swing-district slot into a referendum on the mayor.

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Staten Island’s Odd Couple: Rep. Max Rose and Borough President James Oddo’s Unlikely Alliance

The Democratic congressman and the GOP leader enjoy a banter-filled working relationship — while Trump-backed House hopeful Nicole Malliotakis battles Rose without Oddo’s help.

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Staten Island GOP Politicians Rally Around Reopening NYC

Most Republican officials and candidates in the only borough to vote Trump want to move faster than Gov. Cuomo’s plan. There’s one major exception…

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MTA Floats Staten Island High-Speed Busway to Newark Airport

The bus-to-plane route from the West Shore is among the options being considered for a swath of the borough with limited mass transit.

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Race for Brooklyn Rep. Yvette Clarke’s House Seat Spans Democratic Spectrum

From DSA to MBA, six candidates — including Adem Bunkeddeko and Councilmember Chaim Deutsch — look to mobilize voters in a diverse district.

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Max Rose’s Cross-Country Joint Fund Push Skirts Impeachment Talk

New York City’s most vulnerable House Democrat joins high-profile California counterpart Katie Porter to raise money without mentioning Trump’s woes.

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Rep. Max Rose, Lone NYC Holdout, Comes Out in Support of Impeachment Inquiry

At a town hall in Staten Island on Wednesday night, freshman Congressman Max Rose opened the event with a speech on defending the Constitution.