new york mayoral election
The stylish college sophomore had told her father that she was going to miss going to the polls Tuesday because she had some
At PS186 #Queens: "Becky! NPR says you have to do a #voterselfie! How do you do that?" #motherdaughtervoting pic.twitter.com
Voters are heading to the polls in New York City on Tuesday to decide on the Big Apple's next mayor. Democrat Bill de Blasio
The New York City mayor's race is taking place Tuesday, November 5. Democrat Bill de Blasio is facing off against Republican
The New York City mayor's race is today, with Republican Joe Lhota and Democrat Bill de Blasio battling it out to replace
The New York City mayor's race is today, with Democrat Bill de Blasio and Republican Joe Lhota facing off at the polls. Polls
Republican Joe Lhota and Democrat Bill de Blasio are battling at the polls Tuesday in hopes of being New York City's next
Democrat Bill de Blasio is battling Republican Joe Lhota Tuesday to be the next mayor of New York City. The two are facing
Democrat Bill de Blasio and Republican Joe Lhota are facing off to be the next mayor of New York City. Whoever wins today's
Lhota, a deputy mayor under former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and later the head of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Tomorrow's balloting is not just an "off-year" election, it is in fact an "off-off-year." That is to say, it's an odd year (in more ways that one, I suppose) and congressional elections only happen in even years.
"I got a call at 5 in the morning that threw off my sleep cycle," de Blasio told press, according to Capital New York. "I
New Yorkers who care about women's health should vote for Bill de Blasio. De Blasio has been a steadfast champion for comprehensive sex education, access to reproductive health services and the rights and health of women across our city.
New York City, with its world class ecosystem of investors, universities, and ideas to foster economic growth, still has untapped potential.
During a walking tour of the Borough Park section of Brooklyn Tuesday, Republican mayoral candidate Joe Lhota took some time
Tomorrow night on PBS, I sit with David Dinkins, New York City's first, and to this date, only African-American mayor. We look back on his impressive political career and discuss his new memoir, A Mayor's Life: Governing New York's Gorgeous Mosaic.
It's too bad that the anarchists and many of the Occupiers who are so dogmatically against electoral politics won't vote, at least not whole-heartedly, for a candidate who carries forward the spark they lit.
Obama formally endorsed de Blasio on Monday. "We could not be prouder of the campaign Bill ran, the way he gave voice to