Roundup of City Limits Political Coverage

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With runoff elections on Sept. 29 and the general election arriving just five weeks later, a roundup of City Limits political coverage is in order. From examining key responsibilities of the Comptroller – investing billions of New Yorkers’ dollars and auditing city government – to analyzing Mayor Bloomberg’s outlier’s stance on food stamps, the articles below should help voters stroll into their polling places with more confidence. Or less – if you read this story from one year ago.

September 21, 2009
Do They PAC A Punch? Freelancers Get Political

September 14, 2009
City Pension Plans: Can They Do Good And Do Well?

July 13, 2009
Auditor-in-Chief: Has Thompson Effected Change?

May 4, 2009
No Thank You, Uncle Sam: NYC Keeps ‘SNAP’ Stance

April 13, 2009
City Limits Investigates: A Week At City Council

November 10, 2008
Born Outside the U.S. and Keen To Cast A Vote

October 27, 2008
Election Day Test Looms For New Voting Devices

Oct. 20, 2008
City Limits Investigates: The Price of Politics

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