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While the red wave failed to materialize throughout the country, it did manage to come ashore in New York. Democrats lost almost every competitive Congressional election this cycle, and Republican Lee Zeldin came within five points of Democratic incumbent Gov. Kathy Hochul — one of the closest gubernatorial races in decades. more
U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat recently returned from a visit to Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic to assess the damage caused by Hurricane Fiona. more
One of the most positive developments to come out of the recent city council redistricting draft map fiasco is that it looks like the Kingsbridge Armory will remain in Pierina Sanchez’s city council district. And that’s a good thing for everyone living in that part of Kingsbridge Heights. more
City council redistricting is back on track. more
When the city council’s redistricting commission held a hearing last Wednesday on redrawing the city’s 51 council districts, some talk centered around the future of the Kingsbridge Armory. more
The latest example of the chaos created by the new court-mandated redistricted maps is the primary senate district representing the greater Riverdale area, where the incumbent is no longer part of the district. more
Greater Riverdale will fall under a new district in the upcoming midterm elections based on a draft of a new state congressional district map that was published Monday. The new senate district will still be the 34th but it will look slightly different, based on maps dropped on Tuesday. more
The League of Women Voters of New York State filed an amicus brief with the appellate court hearing the case challenging the redistricting maps drawn by the state legislature, calling its new maps unconstitutional. more
Despite a high court decision to toss out the new, hotly contest state and congressional district maps, area politicians are going forward with the upcoming June primary under the current maps. more
Eliot Engel spent three decades representing this part of the Bronx. But in the coming months, the area will get its third congressman in as many years as redistricting has ended Jamaal Bowman’s time here, making way for colleague Ritchie Torres. more
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