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Election 2017

Challengers Bo Dietl and Nicole Malliotakis got some good jabs in at Mayor Bill de Blasio. Still, the mayor held his own.
America's most beloved politician is appearing at New York City's most hated music venue.
The debate didn't do much to shed light on what kind of policy this gang would enact if elected, but it was entertaining as hell.
Only 14 percent of the city's registered Democrats bothered voting in yesterday's primary election.
One Brooklyn resident said that he wasn't allowed to bring his stroller into his polling place.
Exercise your civic duty and get one of the new "I Voted" stickers.
For a Westchester resident, Cuomo sure does like making endorsements in Queens races.
Like the campaign ads from the halcyon days of the 2013 mayoral campaign, this video prominently features de Blasio's family.
The NYC Campaign Finance Board is encouraging New Yorkers to submit their original sticker designs through April 14th.
The governor says leaving the position vacant, with first-deputy in place, is consistent with how his administration handles these situations.
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