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Shaking hands and kissing babies were once the way to winning elected office, but not when election season is in full swing in the middle of a pandemic.  more
After nearly three years of running, former teacher Eric Dinowitz will succeed Andrew Cohen on the city council. At least until the end of this year. more
Three candidates from the March 23 city council special election race have been eliminated, but the city's elections board is not yet ready to declare a successor to Andrew Cohen. But it is now a mathematical certainty the community's next city councilman is Eric Dinowitz. more
If there’s one thing the candidates in the March 23 special election may agree on, it’s that not enough people came out to vote.  Barely 9,000 of the district’s 90,000 registered voters cast early, live or absentee ballots in the race. For Mino Lora — who currently sits in second place in the race to replace Councilman Andrew Cohen behind early frontrunner Eric Dinowitz — this low turnout is by design. more
Voters — at least the fewer than 10 percent who came out — have made their voices heard, but the special election to replace Andrew Cohen on the city council is far from over. And non-profit executive director Mino Lora remains optimistic about her chances of upsetting former schoolteacher Eric Dinowitz, who has a 17-point lead from early and live votes. more
They both took a major gamble stepping away from the recent city council special election to instead focus on the June Democratic primary, and now both Abigail Martin and Marcos Sierra hope it will pay off. more
It’s been a grueling race for the six candidates vying to replace Andrew Cohen in a March 23 city council special election.  more
The special election to replace Andrew Cohen on the city council is less than two weeks away. more
State Sen. Gustavo Rivera — who leads the latest push for universal health care in New York — has made a choice in the March 23 city council special election: Mino Lora and Jessica Haller. more
When we think of memorable campaign slogans, phrases like “Tippecanoe and Tyler too,” “I like Ike” and “Happy days are here again” all come to mind. But what about “Dogs against Jessica Haller”? That was an advertisement found in the pages of The Riverdale Press last week not from a candidate for political office, but just an average citizen. One, apparently, with a long memory. more
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