Christine Quinn

Queer Voices
The New York candidate took a moment to respond to the remark during a gubernatorial campaign event.
Queer Voices
"This is a time to move away from celebrity and toward progressive leadership," she said.
Queer Voices
The "Sex and the City" star brings years of advocacy work to the table.
Women
The time for broader representation in government is right now.
New York
On February 4th, when the Teamsters pulled support from a bill, they never agreed to in the first place, the Mayor sat in his SUV for 16 minutes, rather than face the men and women in top hats on the steps of city hall.
College
Sex assault and rape are huge problems on our campuses in New York and across the country. Indeed, evidence suggests that the information gap in this area adds to the problem and proves to be highly misleading for students and families.
Women
So, what should voters know about the Women's Equality Party (WEP)? How did you get involved with it? It’s hard to answer
Chicago
At a time when so many Americans need so much from their government, American women who care are finding it really tough to win executive office.
New York
On October 31, 2012, New York City was reeling. Hurricane Sandy had unleashed unprecedented destruction on huge swaths of the five boroughs. In Breezy Point, Queens, dozens of homes burned like islands of fire surrounded by the rising sea.
Latino Voices
Though he only paid himself one dollar salary as mayor, the fact is that his total wealth had increased from $2 billion before
Environment
Claims of a federal investigation are just the latest wobble in the angry debate, which nearly engulfed even Vice President
New York
Political analysts largely attributed Quinn's unsuccessful campaign to her close ties with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, as well
New York
Known as the 91st Street Marine Transfer Station (or locally as "The Bloomberg Dump"), it will occupy 2 acres and be 10 stories high. Hundreds of garbage trucks a day will bring thousands of tons of garbage and then dump it into barges.
Media
Like other mainstream media outlets, the Times holds political activism in low regard, particularly activism of leftist stripes, and the de Blasio article is peppered with patronizing language.
New York
Who Will Win: Like other insiders, Stavisky told HuffPost that it's too early to predict a winner, especially with 21 first
Politics
De Blasio is winning the backing of one in four likely Republican voters, while Lhota has the support of fewer than one in
New York
Non-affiliated councilmember Rosie Mendez of the Lower East Side played down the prospect of a unified front. “Quite frankly
New York
De Blasio now faces off against Republican opponent Joe Lhota, the Independence Party's Adolfo Carrion Jr., and independent
New York
Oh, if only the winds had blown in a new direction we could have enjoyed Weinerdom for years to come.