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  1. contender

    Former City Veterans’ Commissioner Loree Sutton Eyes 2021 Mayor’s Race

    State election records show the former Army psychiatrist filed a campaign committee for a run to succeed Bill de Blasio in City Hall.

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  2. options trading

    Ranked Choice Voting Could Change How NYC Elections Get Fought and Won

    New tiered balloting system is likely to win approval — and lead to unexpected alliances between candidates usually at each others’ throats.

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  3. jails

    Correction Officers Are Top Donors to Unopposed Bronx DA Darcel Clark’s Campaign

    Union representing jail guards investigated and prosecuted by her office gave $22,000 to fund for an unchallenged reelection.

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  4. queens da race

    Underdog Queens Republican DA Candidate Calls Himself the Anti-Progressive

    Former NYPD officer and criminal defense attorney is hoping to be the first Republican elected to borough’s top prosecutor spot since the 1920s.

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  5. letter man

    Staten Islander Behind 16-Foot ‘T’ for Trump Sign Running for City Council

    Sam Pirozzolo — guess his middle initial — wants voters to recognize his own name now. “I will not back away from Donald Trump,” he vows.

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  6. vote fraught

    City Board of Elections Lags in Submitting Early-Voting Security Plan

    Elections officials say the NYPD will monitor the 61 early voting sites 24/7, but a formal security plan remains to be seen.

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  7. vote fraught

    Board of Elections Hustles to Fix Late Start on Early Voting Rollout

    Early voting in New York debuts Oct. 26. But the city Board of Elections apparently blew a state deadline to let voters know where to cast ballots.

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  8. dollar bill

    De Blasio 2017 Campaign Fined for Employee Violations

    Mayor’s reelection effort failed to pay coverage for family leave, workers’ comp and disability — aid his presidential bid wants to make nationwide.

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  9. making it count

    Tiffany Cabán Beats Melinda Katz in Latest Fundraising and Legal Spending

    The two Queens district attorney hopefuls, locked in a tense recount battle, are looking to high-priced lawyers as they vie to generate donations.

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  10. queens da race

    Tiffany Cabán Raises Volunteer Army of Attorneys in Queens DA Recount

    Meanwhile, Melinda Katz hires a top election lawyer as campaigns’ legal strategies differ dramatically in the fierce post-primary battle.

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  11. money in politics

    Queens District Attorney Hopeful Melinda Katz Rakes in Developer Dollars

    The Queens Borough President raised about $158,000 from the real estate industry in the seven-candidate race’s latest fundraising cycle.

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  12. new order

    VOTING CHANGE: City Elections Could Become a Ranking Game of Thrones

    A staff report from the City Charter Commission calls for studying “Ranked Choice Voting” – potentially bringing a wildly new electoral system to NYC.

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