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This year’s primary will be like no other. Whether you vote by mail, early vote at IN-Tech Academy on Tibbett Avenue before June 21, or vote at your polling place on June 23, you will be making consequential decisions. more
A year ago, I got a text message inviting me to meet Jamaal Bowman, the principal of a Bronx public school. He was launching a campaign for Congress, a kick-off party at Santa Fe, the Tex-Mex dive across from Van Cortlandt Park. more
I believe that all conservative and Republicans in the United States should return their unemployment insurance benefits checks to the U.S. Department of Labor. Its unemployment insurance benefits program is a joint state and federal government program, and most of today’s conservatives and Republicans want to cut and reduce spending on the federal government social programs that help the middle and lower classes. more
I want to invite your readers to support Samelys Lopez for Congress in the 15th Congressional District representing the South Bronx. more
It has come to my attention that a fraud is being perpetrated in the Democratic primary in June. One “James Gisondi,” the endorsed candidate of the Westchester Republican Party, has “crossed over” and re-registered as a Democrat, challenging the incumbent, the very effective and very popular Alessandra Biaggi. more
When I walk down Johnson Avenue on a summer evening, all the energy and life and diversity that makes up the Riverdale community floods my senses. The sound of children racing around the parking meters as their moms try to regain some control, juggling shopping bags. The smell of food from the restaurant kitchens. The drivers bumping their horns as they jockey for parking space. The older generation kibitzing and arguing about politics at the bank or the bagel shop. more
Two years ago, I asked for your vote, vowing that I would serve our community’s best interest by breaking the logjam in Albany and delivering on a wide-ranging slate of much-needed legislation and long-delayed progress. more
This is a key moment in history to be an American and work alongside my fellow Americans for the well-being of our nation. more
There is a hotly contested Democratic primary for the congressional seat representing the 16th District in the Bronx and Westchester County. And the choice is clear. more
Dermot Shea called it the end of New York City’s long-standing stop and frisk policy. On Monday, he reassigned 600 plainclothes officers to new jobs, closing the door on what’s been a very controversial period for the New York Police Department. more
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