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At least one local elected, a union and a community organization applauded a state committee’s rejection of Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul’s chief judge nominee in a narrow vote last week. more
Despite growing opposition to her Court of Appeals chief judge pick, Gov. Kathy Hochul has continued to strongly defend Justice Hector LaSalle. But her unwavering position has pitted her against some of her strongest allies in labor. Leaders of three unions rallied in the Capitol recently to let the governor know that if she doesn’t make things right, she can’t count on their support. more
If the 2022 midterm elections will be remembered for anything, it will be the congressional and gubernatorial Republican “red wave” that wasn’t. more
Election Day is just around the corner on Tuesday, Nov. 8. In the northwest Bronx, voters will make their picks for governor, lieutenant governor, state legislative and congressional races, ballot measures and more. more
State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi has had a busy election season. more
Despite its best efforts, the Bronx Democratic Party was unable to push Gustavo Rivera out of his state senate seat. With nearly a five-point lead, the embattled senator claimed victory over party-backed Miguelina Camilo on Tuesday night in the Democratic primary for the new district 33. more
To the editor: State Sen. Gustavo Rivera and I first met as staffers in the U.S. Senate. Gustavo worked for Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s office, and I for Sen. Chuck Schumer. more
Two corporate super PACs are putting their weight behind Miguelina Camilo in the hopes she can oust the embattled Gustavo Rivera from his state senate seat in next week’s primary. more
The shared boundary between the new senate districts in greater Riverdale cuts into the Bronx runs for approximately 6 miles. It loosely follows Jerome Avenue, shoots west at Van Cortlandt Park and then heads down to the Harlem river — dividing the borough’s northwest corner in two. more
To the editor: (re: “’Twister’ politics has led to nasty campaigns,” Aug. 11) Yes, as you state in your recent editorial, elections have turned into a fight to get … more
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