Posts tagged as: Elections

Despite Crowds, Scams and Malfunctions, Uptown Votes

Despite Crowds, Scams and Malfunctions, Uptown Votes

Sandy survivors battled crowds and technical malfunctions to join uptowners at the polls today.

Election Day Nears: Three Uptowners Share Their Choices

Election Day Nears: Three Uptowners Share Their Choices

Three uptowners — a first-time voter, a veteran and a non-voter — explain their decisions.

Harlem Disenchanted, But Still Backs Barack

Harlem Disenchanted, But Still Backs Barack

Harlem residents believe the president made the best of a bad hand and will give him a second term, but the fever has cooled.

As October 12 Deadline Looms, Political Groups Work to Register Uptown Voters

As October 12 Deadline Looms, Political Groups Work to Register Uptown Voters

Organizations in Harlem and Washington Heights are leading the drive to get voters uptown registered for the November elections.

Rodriguez Wins Big In 10th District Race

Rodriguez Wins Big In 10th District Race

After a big primary win, Ydanis Rodriguez cruised to victory on election day in the 10th Disctrict City Council race.

Uptowners Back Thompson, But Bloomberg Narrowly Wins Third Term

Uptowners Back Thompson, But Bloomberg Narrowly Wins Third Term

Uptowners largely backed Bill Thompson in the mayoral race, while Michael Bloomberg narrowly won a third term.

Rangel: What Now? Uptown in a Flurry of Uncertainty

Rangel: What Now? Uptown in a Flurry of Uncertainty

The House ethics inquiry into Congressman Charles Rangel grinds on, leaving political pundits, pollsters, 15th District residents, and other Representatives scrambling to assess the Representative’s future.

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