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Bill de Blasio Has Become Quinn's Enemy No. 1 Since Surge to Frontrunner

Council Speaker Christine Quinn has gone on the attack since de Blasio took the lead in a recent poll.

Bed-Stuy »

Cornegy Gets Local Pol Support, Foy Nabs Unions in Race to Replace Vann

The race to replace Al Vann in Central Brooklyn is becoming even more competitive.

New York City »

First TV Ad of Mayor's Race Slams Christine Quinn

A new ad, set to begin airing Monday, is paid for by a group that wants Quinn to lose.

New York City »

Christine Quinn Foes Prepare Campaign to Spoil Her Mayoral Hopes

A group of protesters who have long hounded Speaker Quinn plan to step up their efforts in 2013.

Astoria »

City Council Candidate Wants to Improve Astoria's Schools

Costa Constantinides, Democratic District Leader from Astoria, is running for City Council.

Astoria & Long Island City »

Peter Vallone Jr.: I Have No Ambition

Peter Vallone Jr. tells DNAinfo he'd prefer to stay in the City Council.

Manhattan »

Voters Restore Two-Term Limits — for the Third Time

Nearly three quarters of voters who weighed in on the term limits question chose to restore the two-term limit.

Manhattan »

Eric Schneiderman Beats Dan Donovan in New York's Attorney General Race

Eric Schneiderman was voted in as New York's next attorney general in a tough race against Dan Donovan.

Manhattan »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg Changes Course on Term Limits Stance

Mayor Michael Bloomberg told reporters Monday that he intends to vote to restore two-term limits for city officials.

Manhattan »

New Yorkers Back Return to Two Terms For City Officials, Poll Says

Two years after Mayor Michael Bloomberg got an extra term, voters appear ready to reverse the move.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Term Limits Vote Won't Apply to Sitting Pols, Commission Rules

The Charter Revision Commission decision means all elected officials in office are eligible for a third-term run.

Manhattan »

It's Official — Term Limits Will Appear on Ballot, Charter Commission Says

Voters will get the chance to weigh in yet again on whether elected officials should serve a maximum of three terms or two.

Manhattan »

Michael Bloomberg Spent $109.2 Million in Total on Run for Third Term

The mayor broke a record for the most amount of personal money spent by a candidate on his or her own campaign.

Manhattan »

Term Limits Will Appear on Ballot, Charter Commission Announces

Voters will have the chance to decide yet again whether elected officials should be limited to three terms or two.

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