The Working Families Party started this election year with a simple idea. If we have a
community organizer in the White House, why not put a few community organizers in City Hall?
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After four years of fund-raising and campaigning, candidates for mayor, comptroller, public advocate, distract attorney and City Council will face Dem...
Last Thursday a bill was introduced by council member Gale Brewer that would guarantee every worker in the city paid sick days. Now that the bill has been introduced, it needs to be passed.
Bob Zuckerman does not want to wait for the economic stimulus package to drip down to Brooklyn's quickly emptying storefronts.
More than 200 people packed a spirited debate for the Third City Council District at New York University last Thursday hosted by Community Media's The...
America finally has a community organizer in the White House. What if we put a whole slate of community organizers in City Hall in New York?
I am running for Public Advocate because I want to provide a strong, independent voice in City Hall. And that starts with making sure that our basic democratic rights are protected.
There is nothing wrong with a woman wanting to be respected and admired for both her intelligence and her beauty.
For many of the City's residents, paying attention to the upcoming New York City Council races is like drinking civic castor oil But the Council has a lot of say in many decisions that affect our lives.
The City Council may not approve the Coney Island Redevelopment Plan. At Wednesday's public hearing, Council members had many questions and concerns....
Of course, everybody knows that two people control the city budget: the Mayor and the Speaker. If you don't believe that, there's a bridge near City Hall I'd like to sell you.
The coup and near counter-coup of a few renegade members have exposed the most "dysfunctional" state legislative body to editorial scorn and cartoon ridicule.
Three-quarters of the City Council's 51 members got campaign contributions from employees or board members of the nonprofits they helped bankroll with...
Dodge Landesman, an 18-year-old, is running for City Council in the Second District of New York. Should youth in the country be represented in public office?
For advocates of mass transit, congestion pricing is much more than just a way to reduce traffic or increase the efficiency of our roadways. It is a b...
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