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GOP CNN Debate: What Would Reagan Do?

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Midterm Elections 2014 / Politics / Video

What New Yorkers are thinking on the eve of Election Day

New Yorkers give their thoughts on the upcoming elections.

Midterm Elections 2014 / Multimedia / Politics / Video

Voting not a priority for NYU students

Since 1964, young voters ages 18-24 have consistently voted at lower rates than other age groups.

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In an election year Superstorm Sandy still a political issue on Staten Island

by Megan Jamerson and Neil Giardino Staten Island is only a short ferry ride south of Manhattan, but when it comes to Superstorm Sandy recovery, the distance feels great. Since the storm, the hardest hit borough is stuck in a slow recovery. Last week marked the two year anniversary, and Staten Islanders are still mucking out homes along the Island’s […]

Midterm Elections 2014 / Politics

The homeless vote

Homeless voters and their advocates talk about the upcoming elections.

Midterm Elections 2014 / Politics

Critics of Education Policy Grow Louder at Elections Approach

Teacher unions, which hold a lot of power in the Democratic Party, now oppose the Common Core.

Midterm Elections 2014 / Politics

Cuomo’s Women’s Equality Agenda Raises More Questions Than Answers

The 10-point Women’s Equality Agenda seeks to improve many aspects of women’s lives, including pay equity, access to abortion and protection for domestic abuse victims.

Midterm Elections 2014 / Politics

As Election Day nears, Latino vote remains underrepresented and elusive

Latinos have become an increasingly important voting bloc.

Politics

Despite challenges, campaign strategists flock to big data

But harnessing big data’s power for local elections and other grassroots campaigns has proven difficult.

Politics

Republican Strongholds are Outliers in City’s Political Landscape

Only 10 Republicans currently hold city, state or federal elected positions in the five boroughs, and nine of them represent neighborhoods in Staten Island and south Brooklyn.