Bill Thompson

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East Flatbush »

Apartments should be leased to homeless families instead, they say, with the help of a rental subsidy.

Park Slope »

Bill de Blasio will be the first Democratic mayor since David Dinkins was elected in 1989.

Williamsburg »

The Hasidic sect of Aroni Jews have emerged as a powerhouse, propelling de Blasio to a primary win.

Civic Center »

Thompson threw his support behind de Blasio, but said the current election system was an abomination.

Civic Center »

Two days after losing her bid for mayor, Quinn promised "a ton" of Council activity in her last months.

Gowanus »

Results showed Bill de Blasio within a razor's edge of winning the 40 percent needed to avoid a runoff.

Civic Center »

Voting machine problems were reported throughout the city as New Yorkers turned out to the polls.

Upper East Side »

Anti-sanitation station group Pledge 2 Protect sent out 80,000 direct mailings prior to the primaries.

Civic Center »

The council speaker has heavily courted Latino voters, but observers see major issues still in her way.

Crown Heights »

Quinn's campaign isn't panicking despite the Speaker's recent slippage in the polls.

Midtown »

Democratic candidates pummeled Bill de Blasio in their final debate at Rockefeller Center Tuesday.

Civic Center »

Bill de Blasio left the other Democratic candidates in the dust in the latest Quinnipiac poll.

Civic Center »

The Public Advocate's support jumped six points in the latest Quinnipiac University poll.

Times Square & Theater District »

Bill de Blasio, Christine Quinn and other contenders traded fire over tax policy and stop-and-frisk.

Upper West Side »

The Council Speaker defended herself against criticism over her role in overturning term limits.