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New York City and State Elections articles on Democracy Chronicles
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If we want to improve all of our children’s opportunities and provide safer communities for everyone, there are two steps I deem as the most crucial.
Thomas Paine was a British man who was a central character in the American and French Revolutions on the side of democracy and human rights.
Diverse bi-partisan group from Congress seeks to form bloc dedicated to political compromise
Hurricane damaged New Jersey and New York but worry about missing Sandy funding and federal assistance – Sandy did severe damage to many coastal areas where poor left vulnerable
NYC’s Times Square police officer helping homeless man gets help from in heartwarming photo
Mayoral election for New York City will determined its fate after giants Bloomberg and Giuliani
Democrats got strong backing as Orthodox Jews supported Obama with votes cast across the country
Libertarian Party support has grown in the wake of the financial crisis, as Gary Johnson New York popularity has soared
Election turnout seems decent but delays and bureaucracy clog gears as NYC sees voting lines