The Campaign

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Upper East Side »

The first female presidential campaigns will open an exhibit focusing on FDR's four campaigns.

Governors Island »

The city has launched a new campaign in hopes of getting feedback about Governors Island.

Belmont »

The Wildlife Conservation Society will attempt to fold enough paper elephants to beat 2014's record. 

Upper East Side »

The funds will go toward fixing iconic structures and taking care of green landscapes, officials say.

Glendale »

The campaign said it would return donations from a Queens businessman and his associates.

West Harlem »

Here's a look inside the Hudson River Cafe, where city officials went to raise money and hang out.

Civic Center »

Nearly two dozen city employees were given jobs in de Blasio's administration after hosting fundraisers.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The former president spoke at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church on Hawthorne Street on Wednesday.

Gowanus »

Clinton told reporters that she was open to the idea of debating Sanders, his campaign said.

Bed-Stuy »

Kamilah Rouse, a Flint native, and husband Jarobi White of A Tribe Called Quest hope to provide aid.

TriBeCa »

Person to person contact was especially important in the tight race, the mayor said.

St. George »

The mayor said he's willing to make phone calls or knock on doors to help Clinton win.

Civic Center »

The mayor and his wife are scheduled to leave Friday and return Tuesday.

Midtown »

Bernie Sanders supporters flocked to Midtown to hear the presidential hopeful speak on Friday.

Concord »

A lawyer for one of the defendants said his client was hit with stiffer-than-normal charges.