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Community Board 11 has between 15 and 17 Latino members out of 46 current board representatives.

New York City »

The Districting Commission voted Tuesday to revoke controversial new City Council district lines.

Woodhaven »

The Woodhaven Residents' Block Association argues that the lines cut the neighborhood in pieces.

New York City »

The city's Districting Commission unanimously unveiled — and approved — the new lines Thursday night.

New York City »

Adriano Espaillat declared himself the victor in his race against Assemblyman Guillermo Linares.

New York City »

Turnout was higher than expected at many pollinng places, officials said.

New York City »

The rare Thursday election will decide the fate of legislators, including Sen. Adriano Espaillat.

New York City »

All of the boroughs could see significant changes, thanks to population shifts.

Inwood »

As City Council districts get redrawn, Inwood could be put into one council district.

St. George »

Residents of the North Shore of Staten Island pleaded with a panel to not break up their neighborhoods.

Washington Heights »

Neither the mayor nor the White House are sure about whether they will endorse Rangel.

Harlem »

Rep. Charlie Rangel announced he is seeking another term, despite changes to his district.

Manhattan »

Senate Democrats refused to vote on a redistricting plan, which passed 36-to-0.

Manhattan »

Legislators have moved forward with plans to legalize casino gambling through a constitutional amendment.

Manhattan »

Rep. Bob Turner will challenge Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand in the November 2012 election.