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NYC’s Congressional Incumbents Outpacing Progressive Challengers in Fundraising Fights

Three years after Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took down a powerful House mainstay, left-leaning newcomers are still trying to oust the city’s old guard. Veteran lawmakers are well funded — but are headed for an unpredictable election year, thanks to redistricting.

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What You Need to Know to Vote in New York’s June Primary

Are we going to the polls? How can you get an absentee ballot? What’s up with the presidential race? We answer your questions about the June 23 vote.

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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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Two Congressional Hopefuls Sharing the Same Brooklyn Coworking Space

Politics makes strange office-fellows. Isiah James and Alex Hubbard, long-shots in the NY-9 race, have headquarters just steps away from each other.

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‘Tallman’ De Blasio Used Private Email for First 16 Months in Office

The mayor often relied on his personal account for public business, records show. Meanwhile, his promised email retention policy hasn’t surfaced.

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