New York State

Who's up and who's down this week?
Winners & Losers
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Donald Trump on July 22nd.
A drawn-out legal battle could create confusion for officials and undocumented residents.
News & Politics
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Tenant organizer Marcela Mitaynes became the first of five democratic socialist insurgents to topple longtime Assembly members with her upset victory against Assembly Member Félix Ortiz.
The advocate for renters’ rights led the DSA’s head-spinning primary sweep.
Personality
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There are three months left to address voting issues before the general election in November.
New legislation would address some, but not all, of the issues that caused many June 23 primary ballots to get disqualified.
News & Politics
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Zohran Mamdani emerged victorious over incumbent Assembly Member Aravella Simotas.
Seven progressive challengers have toppled longtime Democratic incumbents.
News & Politics
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Assembly District 38 candidate Jenifer Rajkumar.
Tracking the winners and losers in each district.
News & Politics
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NYS Senator Brian Benjamin (l) speaks with NYS Senator Todd Kaminsky on July 21st.
Front-line workers have few safeguards when speaking out about unsafe conditions during the pandemic.
News & Politics
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Governor Cuomo in Georgia on July 20 announces that  New York State will establish two church testing sites in Savannah.
A trip to Georgia reveals a more contemplative governor on New York’s coronavirus response.
News & Politics
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People from New York's Indigenous nations gather at Columbus Circle to call for its renaming and honor Indigenous peoples in the Americans in 2019.
The state may be forced to contend with broader land rights and sovereignty for Native American tribes.
News & Politics
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