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Here’s what we can do.
Tali Farhadian Weinstein, the favored candidate of Manhattan elites, has the edge in a race that features three decarceral opponents and no ranked choice voting.
Tuesday’s vote in City Council District 15 marks the next clash between anti-corporate, pro-tenant organizing and real estate and charter school interests.
“We cannot cut our way out of this crisis,” say three democratic socialist candidates for City Council who are calling for higher taxes on the rich to fund investments in poor and working-class communities most harmed by the pandemic.
After Khaleel Anderson’s surprise win and Moumita Ahmed’s decisive loss, the Queens Democratic establishment is looking to shore up power before June. Will one of their former staffers set them on the back foot?
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