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New Yorkers: The Notorious Non-Voters

Frustration with Albany politics and a growing polarization of parties drove more New Yorkers than usual to the polls on Tuesday. As Republicans and Democrats battled for Congressional control, voters at P.S. 6 on the Upper East Side said they … Continue reading

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Political Pests Phone for Primary

The former congressman Vito Fossella called this weekend, along with a gaggle of other politicians pushing candidates for Tuesday’s primary. It wasn’t the actual congressman, who resigned after a drunk driving conviction, but an automated recording—one of the many “robo-calls” … Continue reading

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