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On Sept. 13, the discussion over whether or not Quinn's hopes to become the city's first gay female mayor were dashed because
Ahead of tomorrow's primary election, we take a look at the latest on New York City's mayoral race. Will Bill De Blasio win enough of the Democratic vote to avoid a runoff? Are New Yorkers willing to elect another Republican leader? HuffPost Senior Polling Editor Mark Blumenthal joins Caroline to weigh in.
There is no one more progressive who is running for mayor of New York , so it is time to stop thinking, "Maybe I'll vote for a more progressive politician."
There's a reason that Quinn's campaign has pushed her sexuality to the forefront. Many liberals now speak of the "historic" nature of this election. And this is the nub of the question that many people are pondering: Should we vote for her because she is gay?
The idea that Christine Quinn supports the unconstitutional use of "stop-and-frisk" is simply not factual. It is contrary to her principles and the record of her statements and her actions.
A third survey, by the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling, showed de Blasio at a similar 38 percent, with Thompson at
"The surge is real," pollster Lee Miringoff told NBC New York. "Right now [de Blasio’s] within striking distance of 40 percent
HuffPost Pollster’s chart, which includes all publicly available polling, shows de Blasio’s swift ascent over the final month
De Blasio took 36 percent among likely Democratic primary voters, by far the largest share of the vote any candidate has
On Tuesday, while accepting Planned Parenthood of New York City's endorsement, Quinn said she would consider providing access
What's with all this talk of vaginas and Christine Quinn running for mayor anyway? What is it about the prospect of a vagina possibly sitting in the seat of power that has so many people -- even people with vaginas themselves -- all worked up?
“When you have strides like marriage equality, you tend to think (prejudice) has passed, then things like that happen, and
"They were dissatisfied with the quality of the NYC condom. So I want to tell you, we will be improving the NYC condom," Quinn
In an interview on Wednesday, New York City mayoral candidate Christine Quinn, who would make history as the city’s first
A beneficial side-effect of the Anthony Weiner sideshow has been to refocus New York voters on the critical question in the Mayoral race: who is best suited to lead this country's largest, most dynamic, complex, diverse, and global city.
"Obviously she doesn’t have the impulse control problems that Anthony has," Leathers said. "I love the fact that she is out
The poll also found that former Gov. Eliot Spitzer leads Democratic rival Scott Stringer, 44 percent to 35 percent, in the
By Colby Hamilton MANHATTAN -- City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has returned to her status as frontrunner -- at least
"You’ll still be able to order whatever you think is right for your children," she said. "But what we’re saying is that companies
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