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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
The state senate district races have taken on a whole new look with only one familiar face still running to represent greater Riverdale. more
It’s a jam-packed campaign season. While the state senate and Assembly primaries suck up most of the political oxygen, there are several other low-level races some observers say are worth watching — particularly the Democratic elections for district leader and state committee member. more
Since launching his candidacy for the 36th District state senate seat in March, Christian Amato — a Pelham Parkway resident — has kept busy knocking on doors, handing out pamphlets and crafting his campaign message. more
Miguelina Camilo wants to bring her insight as a family and criminal law attorney to the state senate next year to replace Sen. Alesandra Biaggi, who is running for Congress. more
New York is a tenant-friendly state — depending on who you ask. For tenants who deal with the high rising cost of rent in the outer boroughs — it’s not as friendly as many would have you believe. more
As the deadline to file draws near, a number of Bronx politicos are openly considering running for the state senate seat Alessandra Biaggi is vacating. Even some who already have jobs in Albany. Some like Kenny Burgos, who was just elected in 2020 to the Assembly. But he’s not quite ready to commit. more
When an incumbent decides to stay the incumbent, challengers are usually few and far in between. But when that incumbent decides to move on? It might be easier to compile a list of everyone who isn’t vying to replace them. more
When Mario Biaggi was elected to Congress in 1968, he returned a seat controlled by Republican Paul Fino back to the Democrats. But now his granddaughter, Alessandra Biaggi, is ready to go full-circle. more
Letitia James is in. Kathy Hochul most likely will run. And both Bill de Blasio and Jumaane Williams are making a lot of noise about mounting their own campaigns as well. more
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