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Oct. 13 is also the deadline switch party affiliations ahead of the 2018 primaries. 

Williamsburg »

The head of the Brooklyn Democratic Party picked without allowing a vote, Democratic reformers say.

Kingsbridge Heights »

In the letter, Randy Abreu's campaign cited voting irregularities at four poll sites. 

Williamsburg »

Councilman Antonio Reynoso won the Democratic nomination to allow him to keep his city council seat.

Chelsea »

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

Greenpoint »

Primary day is Tuesday, Sept. 12, followed by the general election Nov. 7.

Central Harlem »

Harlem's city councilman believes he has earned re-election. 

Midtown »

The Department of Justice will reimburse the city for protecting the president after the election. 

Greenpoint »

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

East Harlem »

A state assemblyman and a deputy chief of staff are trying to replace the Council speaker.

Auburndale »

His opponent Sal Albanese called it "overkill" for the mayor to accept the public funds.

Central Harlem »

Benjamin vowed to protect the "progressive values" now "under attack" by President Donald Trump. 

Bed-Stuy »

Cory Provost says criminal justice reform and educational development are at the top of his list.

Central Harlem »

Brian Benjamin, 40, says he has the skills and experience to be Harlem's next State Senator.

Bushwick »

"They tell me I was the only one in Brooklyn that supported Trump," said Jose Peralta.