term limits

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Civic Center »

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

Bed-Stuy »

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

New York City »

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

New York City »

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

Astoria »

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

Astoria & Long Island City »

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

Manhattan »

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

Manhattan »

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

Manhattan »

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

Manhattan »

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

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

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

Manhattan »

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

Manhattan »

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

Manhattan »

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