Mass shooting survivors discuss their experience each time another tragedy occurs and how they’re mobilizing a growing community.
New York City’s write-in candidates face an uphill battle when it comes to mobilizing voters. John Joyner, Bed-Stuy city council candidate, attempts to do just that.
In a city often considered a “one-party city” where most voters are Democrats, Staten Island stands out as the only borough of New York that consistently elects Republican representatives to office. However, there are actually more Democrats registered to vote there than there are Republicans.
Daby Carreras is running for a City Council seat in District 8. But what makes him different? He is Republican.
Samuel is one of only 11 women on New York City Council.
New York City is losing women’s voices on the City Council and the seats for councilwomen just drop to 11 out of 51. Listen to what this year’s women candidates have to say.
New York women are celebrating 100 years of voting this November to kick off a 3-year commemoration of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. A series of centennial exhibits, special events, and suggested activities are listed by the New York
14 District Candidate, Randy Abreu, 28, and his campaign manager Ilona Duverge, 20, are the millennial Dominican duo pushing the Bronx’s City Council out of its comfort zone.