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Voter Suppression and Voter Registration

Voter Suppression and Voter Registration

October, 10, 2018 • 12 min read

New York has one of the lowest voter turnouts in the country,  this is very surprising since New Yorkers are best known for their outspoken and progressive attitudes.

Right To Counsel Law Protects Tenants From Eviction

Right To Counsel Law Protects Tenants From Eviction

September, 20, 2018 • 4 min read

Housing is a human right, and now, New York tenants have a right to counsel to defend themselves against evictions by unscrupulous or negligent landlords. 

2018 New York Primary Results

2018 New York Primary Results

September, 14, 2018 • 4 min read

Despite a relentless progressive campaign, Democratic challenger Cynthia Nixon could not topple two-time incumbent Andrew Cuomo for the gubernatorial nominee, as she earned only 34% of the votes. 

In the Heights: A Profile of Congressional District 13

In the Heights: A Profile of Congressional District 13

September, 6, 2018 • 3 min read

Uptown Manhattan is one of the most vibrant cultural hubs in the city, home to iconic landmarks like the Apollo Theater, and its waterfronts and lush green spaces are an outdoor enthusiast’s dream.

Invest In the Future: A Profile of Congressional District 10

Congressional District 10 stretches from Brooklyn, hopping through Governor’s Island, and crossing into Manhattan’s uptown Morningside Heights neighborhood. In these communities, even strangers enjoy each others’ camaraderie because of this friendly, community feel.