Keyword: Abigail Martin
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With just one meeting under its belt, the northwest Bronx’s newest political club is already getting a crash course in greater Riverdale democracy after nixing a policy that could have excluded registered Democrats in the area. more
Can the greater Riverdale community have two Democratic political clubs competing for membership at a time in our country’s history where the Republican Party successfully polarizes the nation? more
When Ramdat Singh and Abigail Martin were knocking on doors this past spring to become the new district leaders for the 81st Assembly district, they campaigned on the idea of increasing voter participation in the greater Riverdale and Kingsbridge areas. more
To the editor: A very quiet change has happened in our Assembly district. Three out of four of the candidates who ran for positions in the Democratic Party for district leaders and New York State … more
To the editor: (re: “New election slate sees success down-ballot,” July 28) In a recent story that appeared in The Riverdale Press, Michael Heller comments on three other winners: “I really don’t have a clue what they’re for other than being in opposition to the Ben Franklin Club.” more
To the editor: (re: “New election slate sees success down-ballot,” July 28) When Democrats in our community went to the polls in June, they made it clear they were looking for new voices and new leadership for our party. more
While Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz took an easy win in the June 28 primary, his preferred candidates in the down-ballot elections did not fare as well. more
In the 2020 Democratic primary, a little more than 16,000 people came out to vote for either George Diaz Jr. or Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz in the 81st assembly district race. In last Tuesday’s primary, which was a showdown between Jessica Altagracia Woolford and Dinowitz, there were around 9,000 voters. That was about a 60 percent decrease in turnout. more
To the editor: The right local leadership is integral to the success of a community. more
To the editor: (re: “State makes big changes to the senate district lines,” May 26) Unfortunately, thanks to redistricting, Christian Amato can no longer continue to run for the state senate seat in our district. more
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