Campaigns & Elections

State Senator David Carlucci in February 2020.
David Carlucci helped Republicans stay in power for years. Now he may replace Rep. Nita Lowey.
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Local election officials will have to overcome many hurdles, often unprecedented ones, for the June 23 primary election.
The obstacles are many and often unprecedented. Here’s how they’ll try to manage.
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Jamaal Bowman, candidate for the 16th Congressional District.
AOC and her primary challengers are leading the pack, raising more than $9 million in total.
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Senator Bernie Sanders earlier this year.
A federal judge sided with Andrew Yang, although an appeal is likely.
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Sandy Nurse did not qualify for the NYC Council ballot.
However, Diaz’s biggest rival, Sandy Nurse, failed to qualify.
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Andrew Yang filed a lawsuit against the New York State Board of Elections for cancelling the state’s Democratic presidential primary.
Some people care more about casting symbolic votes for former candidates than preventing the spread of COVID-19.
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COVID-19 has completely changed the way New Yorkers will vote in June.
New York may not be closing polling sites, but it’s still preparing for a vastly different election than ever before.
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New York City Councilman Donovan Richards 2019
But the governor left overlapping primary and special elections in place in two races.
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COVID-19 has New York candidates rethinking how they campaign, oftentimes using Zoom.
The coronavirus is making it even harder for challengers to break through.
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Samelys López, candidate for New York's 15th Congressional District.
The Working Families Party is stiffing some former allies running for Congress.
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