Harlem City Council Election Results: Levine, Ayala, Perkins Win

Patch reports that three Democrats will represent Harlem in the New York City Council for the next four years. Continue Reading →

Harlem Special Election With A Brian Benjamin Win

Harlem’s game of political musical chairs comes to an end Tuesday. Voters elected Democrat Brian Benjamin to serve as the new State Senator for New York’s 30th District — which spans most of Central Harlem and parts of West Harlem, East Harlem, the Upper West Side and Washington Heights. Continue Reading →

Harlem Candidates Accuse Democratic Machine Of Rigging Contest

The Observer reports that three outsider candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for a Harlem State Senate seat penned a letter lashing out at New York County Chairman Keith Wright, accusing the party boss of acts tantamount to “voter suppression” in his bid to install his favored contender in office, and threatening him with legal action. Continue Reading →

Holland Challenges Perkins For Harlem Primary Seat

Union organizer Marvin Holland, the runner up in Tuesday’s special election for the District 9 City Council seat, has confirmed to Gotham Gazette that he will mount a challenge against the winner Bill Perkins when the seat is up for grabs again later this year. Continue Reading →

How Can I Get My Local Government To Pay Attention To Me In Harlem?

If you didn’t like a “recent election,” and you’ve been trying to get your city council in Harlem or Hollis to pay attention to some issues in your neighborhood that have been going on for a while now. Continue Reading →

Join Uptown Congressman-Elect Adriano Espaillat for Inaugural Swearing In Ceremony

Congressman-elect Adriano Espaillat will officially be sworn in to the U.S. House of Representatives to represent New York’s 13th Congressional District on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. in the U.S. Capitol Building. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Rep Charles Rangel And Some Others Vote “No” On The Electoral College

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Some Democrats, Harlem’s Charlie Rangel included want to see the elimination of the Electoral College following Hillary Clinton’s loss to President-elect Donald Trump.  Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: A Testament Of Faith For Beyond The Election

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“I woke up this morning to a country – and to a reality – that seems darker than I ever had thought I would witness first hand. Continue Reading →

Harlem Council Member Mark Levine’s Post-Election Community Conversation

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Harlem Council member Mark Levine writes:

We understand that many local residents are still reeling from the results of this week’s Presidential election. Many in our community are hurt, concerned, and looking for information on what this means for the next four years. Continue Reading →

Long Wait Times, Broken Scanners, Craziness And More During Election Day in Harlem

wait-lines-in-harlem-for-electionIt was a long wait — a very long wait — at P.S. 154 in Harlem on Election Day, but dozens of people stood in line and waited to have their votes counted. Continue Reading →

Donald Trump Defeats Hillary Clinton

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As Harlem’s Inez Dickens was relected, Marisol Alcantara won Adriano Espaillat’s Senate seat, and Espaillat won retiring congressman Charles Rangel’s seat, Hillary Clinton lose the presidential election to Donald John TrumpContinue Reading →

Adriano Espaillat Poised To Replace Charlie Rangel

harlem-electionFor the first time in over four decades, a different person will be representing upper Manhattan and the Bronx in the House of Representatives. Continue Reading →

How The Election Impacts The Market

trump-and-hillaryWith the presidential election dominating the news cycles, many investors may be keeping an eye on the stock market as well as the voting booth as they wonder what impact the election of Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump could have on their portfolios. Continue Reading →

Northern Manhattan New York Primary Election Results

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It was a bad night for incumbents, as two of the three biggest primary races in the city went to upstart challengers Tuesday evening. Continue Reading →

How To Watch The Market In Uncertain Election Times

donald-hillaryWith the presidential election dominating the news cycles, many investors may be keeping an eye on the stock market as well as the voting booth as they wonder what impact the election of Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump could have on their portfolios. Continue Reading →