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Ny 10 Congressional Race

  1. early and often
    Yuh-Line Niou Won’t Challenge Dan Goldman in November After AllAfter losing the Democratic primary, she ruled out a new run on the Working Family Parties ballot line.
  2. early and often
    Yuh-Line Niou Says She’s Thinking About Running Against Dan Goldman AgainThe progressive Democrat may run on the Working Families Party line in November for the Brooklyn-Manhattan seat in Congress.
  3. early and often
    Can Anybody Stop Dan Goldman?The former prosecutor seems to be leading the crowded field for the Tenth District’s open House seat, but three other candidates still have a shot.
  4. the city politic
    Mondaire Jones on the Need to Meet Progressive ExpectationsThe congressman talks about switching districts, how Democrats can win the midterms, and why America’s problems go beyond Trump.
  5. the city politic
    Liz Holtzman on Why Guts and Expertise Matter More Than AgeThe 81-year-old former congresswoman says she feels called to get back in the fight.
  6. the city politic
    New York Times Sticks It to Progressives in New York’s Democratic PrimaryThe editorial board’s backing of Dan Goldman, Jerry Nadler, and Sean Patrick Maloney for Congress also shows a disdain for identity politics.
  7. the group portrait
    The Subtle Differences of the Many Candidates for New York’s 10th DistrictIt’s a very crowded race for one of the city’s most progressive districts.
  8. the city politic
    Dan Goldman on the Problem With Trump, Republicans, and Members of His Own PartyThe veteran federal prosecutor tries politics.
  9. the city politic
    Yuh-Line Niou on Her Especially Personal Run for CongressFrom representation to disability policy, she says there’s a common theme: Courage.
  10. the city politic
    Carlina Rivera on What Democrats Get Wrong About Latino VotersA daughter of the Lower East Side runs to represent the district where she grew up.
  11. politics
    De Blasio Sees Writing on the Wall, Drops Congressional Bid“I really want to keep serving and I’m gonna find a different way to serve.”
  12. politics
    New Polls Show De Blasio Near the Bottom of the Field in Race for CongressCity Councilmember Carlina Rivera leads the field with 17 percent of support from likely Democratic voters in the district in a recent poll.