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On Tuesday, voters in New York City will go to the polls to nominate candidates for mayor, public advocate and comptroller, three borough presidencies, the district attorney’s office in Brooklyn, two Assembly posts and 38 Council seats.
We’ll be providing updated coverage all Primary Day long on the Bronx Bureau. Be sure to check in.
For background on some of the candidates and issues at play, we suggest you check out:
Community Service Society Voters’ Guide
Brooklyn Council race coverage:
Superfund and Super Funders Color Council Race
Pioneer Councilman Faces Stiff Challenge in Primary
Is Vito Lopez the Only Issue in His Council Race?
PAC Money an Issue in East Brooklyn Council Race
Sandy a Big Issue in Crowded Council Race
Real-Estate Lobby Dives into Central Brooklyn Council Race
East New York Council Race Hinges on Barron’s Legacy
Bed-Stuy Council Race Tests Incumbent’s Sway
We also covered the race to replace Lopez in the Assembly, here.
Bronx Council race coverage:
Council’s Newest Incumbent Challenged on Promises
Derek Jeter Just One Factor in South Bronx Council Race
Diverse Field Runs to Replace Council Majority Leader
Council Race Rivals Split on Bike Trail, Vision, Support
Eight Seek Council Seat Held by Family for Three Decades
Grassroots coverage in our Five-Borough Ballot
Since February, with our partners at City & State and WNET’s MetroFocus, we’ve spoken in depth and at length to residents at five locations: a bar in Staten Island, a restaurant in the Bronx, a residential block in Queens, a deli on the Upper West Side, and a NYCHA development in Brooklyn.
You can download a free e-book containing this coverage plus video extras, neighborhood statistics and more. Go here.
We Have Issues! Policy dossiers on all major candidates:
Jobs and the Economy
Other coverage of key policy issues:
What the Campaign’s Focus on Inequality Means for New York
Watch Our Filmstrip: Bloomberg and the Schools
Candidates Weigh in on Senior Issues
Special report on campaign consultants
Attacks on De Blasio Reflect Inequality Issue’s Rise
Order to Candidates: Do More for Vets
Group Wants More in Mayor’s Post-Sandy Plan
City Conversations: Thoughtful opinions on the race
Next Mayor Must Put Food Policy on the Menu
No Place to Live, But Still a Right to Vote
Mayoral Election 2013: Young Voters Want Vision