New York's redistricting process for the upcoming decade began this week with public meetings that will be held through mid-August.
The Empire State is losing just one seat in the House of Representatives in 2022 after the U.S. Census Bureau released new population data Monday based on the 2020 Census.
Fairness and equality so eloquently represented in our constitution, and the opportunity of education, and the right to vote enshrined in our laws, must be made true and real for all our citizens.
It is time to walk and chew gum, and that’s just what Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer believes as he announces three major issues being addressed simultaneously in the Senate.
In 1984, a tough New Yorker campaigned, the first woman to gamble on becoming VP: Geraldine Anne Ferraro.
Several lawmakers are urging Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas to investigate whether Town of Oyster Bay worker's raises were tied to political donations, officials said Monday.
A week is not enough time to absorb the impact of this historically divisive presidential election. It’s natural to be reeling, considering how wrong the polls were about Hillary Clinton’s prospects and how the outcome could harm the planet, let alone the country. This shock is how I felt watching the electoral returns in 1972 when President Richard Nixon obliterated the anti-Vietnam War candidate Sen. George McGovern from South Dakota.
Hillary Clinton has gone even further than Donald Trump in promising to kill a tax break that benefits some of the wealthiest people in finance. One might reasonably expect Clinton's campaign contributions from private equity to suffer as a result of this stance, and for the money to flow overwhelmingly to the Republicans, as it did in the last presidential election. So why are private equity titans giving all their campaign money to Clinton?
“Say ‘yes’ to everything. Men do. Don’t let anyone else decide your potential.”
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