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City Council race

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Chelsea »

Marni Halasa, an activist and figure skating coach, is running to unseat Councilman Corey Johnson.

East Harlem »

City Council hopefuls attack each other over 125th Street and Lexington Avenue's quality-of-life issues.

Sunset Park »

Nearly a quarter of Brooklyn candidate Felix Ortiz' campaign contributions have come from Queens.

Greenpoint »

Victoria Cambranes, 30, wants to push for better street safety and more affordable housing.

Flatbush »

One first-time candidate, Pia Raymond, has more cash on hand than the longtime Brooklyn councilmember.

Washington Heights »

The Stonewall Democratic Club withdrew its support of Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez Thursday night.

Corona »

Monserrate, who spent time in federal prison, has announced a plan to return to office. 

Flatbush »

Three candidates have filed with the Campaign Finance Board to run for the seats, records show.

Upper East Side »

Kallos beat Micah Kellner, whose campaign took a hit when sex harassment allegations surfaced in July.

Jamaica »

I. Daneek Miller received 24 percent of the vote in Democratic primary for the Council District 27 seat.

Upper West Side »

Aaron Braunstein, who is also a boxing promoter, is the eighth candidate seeking to replace Gale Brewer.

Upper West Side »

Zead Ramadan has subpoenaed workers for Mark Levine, whom he charges with getting ill-gotten signatures.

Upper West Side »

Cooper said her reputation as a women's rights leader will give her a boost in the race. 

Upper East Side »

Ed Hartzog has raised $47,318, but has spent $42,468 ahead of the September election, records show.