Tag: 2010 New York Elections

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As New Yorkers Go to the Polls, Concerns Remain Over New Voting System

People from immigrant communities, senior citizens and low-income families are likely to be affected by problems with the city’s new electronic voting technology. The Board of Elections says it has measures in place to ensure a trouble-free vote.

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In NY Attorney General Race, Brodsky Counts On Support of Russian Immigrant Voters

N.Y. Assemblyman Richard Brodsky is hoping Russian immigrant voters will give him the margin he needs to win the five-way Democratic primary for attorney general.

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Closely Watched Espada/Rivera Race Draws Little Interest Where It Counts

It may be one of the most closely watched races in Tuesday’s New York Primary, but voters in the northwest Bronx seem largely uninterested in the contest between the powerful state Senator Pedro Espada Jr. and his challenger Gustavo Rivera.

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Candidates for NY Attorney General Meet the Ethnic Press

Four of the five Democratic candidates showed up for a televised debate that was a contest over who is the most immigrant-friendly.

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El Diario Endorses Latino Insurgents in NY Primary

New York’s biggest Spanish language paper is hoping for fresh blood in the New York State legislature.

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Democratic Women Rally Behind Ecuadorean-American Candidate in Queens Race

Supporters of Francisco Moya stress respect for women in his campaign for the N.Y. Assembly. His opponent, Hiram Monserrate is attempting a comeback after being forced to leave the N.Y. State Senate after a conviction in a domestic case.