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Replacing Rangel? Congressional Politics 2012: Charles Rangel – The Unbeatable Incumbent

Replacing Rangel? Congressional Politics 2012: Charles Rangel – The Unbeatable Incumbent

Even with remarkable political resilience, Rep. Charles Rangel may still face bold opposition for his Congressional seat next year.

Replacing Rangel? Congressional Politics 2012: Keith Wright – The Longtime Local

Replacing Rangel? Congressional Politics 2012: Keith Wright – The Longtime Local

Assemblyman Keith Wight, a popular local politician, is reportedly Rep. Charles Rangel’s preferred successor.

Replacing Rangel? Congressional Politics 2012: Vincent Morgan – The Ambitious Newcomer

Replacing Rangel? Congressional Politics 2012: Vincent Morgan – The Ambitious Newcomer

Vincent Morgan, former community banker, argues that he best represents Harlem’s younger political generation.

Replacing Rangel? Congressional Politics 2012: Clyde Williams – The Enigmatic Operative

Replacing Rangel? Congressional Politics 2012: Clyde Williams – The Enigmatic Operative

Clyde Williams, who has worked for two U.S. Presidents, seriously considers a 2012 race for uptown’s Congressional seat.

Black Panther Movement Left Mark on Children

Black Panther Movement Left Mark on Children

A documentary filmmaker screens a trailer of her work about the lives of children of Black Panthers, at Harlem’s Maysles cinema.

Surging Herman Cain Buoys Harlem’s Black Conservatives

Surging Herman Cain Buoys Harlem’s Black Conservatives

Harlem’s black conservatives, scarce but energized, pin their hopes on Herman Cain.

How to Spend $1 Million in City Money: Residents Decide

How to Spend $1 Million in City Money: Residents Decide

Participatory budgeting takes shape in East Harlem, a first for the neighborhood and for New York.

Uptown’s Ecuadoreans Lack Political Clout, Community Organization

Uptown’s Ecuadoreans Lack Political Clout, Community Organization

Upper Manhattan’s Ecuadoreans pin their hopes on greater political influence.

UPDATE: Rangel Censured by Overwhelming Vote

UPDATE: Rangel Censured by Overwhelming Vote

UPDATE: The House voted 333 to 79 on Thursday to censure Rep. Charles Rangel, the veteran Harlem Democrat, after he was found guilty of 11 ethics violations last month. “First, let me apologize to this august body for putting you in this very awkward position today,” said Rangel before the vote. However, he continued to [...]

Uptowners Vote Democratic

Uptowners Vote Democratic

Democrats sweep uptown races; state comptroller position still unclear.

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