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Judge Dismissed Electioneering Charges Against Arroyo

A losing candidate for the 84th District State Assembly seat sought a new election.

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Latino Voters Say No Way to Romney

A BronxInk survey found that 90 percent of Hispanic voters were planning to vote for President Barack Obama; 0 percent for his Republican challenger

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Bernard Kerik Hovers Over the DiTommaso Perjury Trial

“These defendants thought that Bernard B. Kerik had juice, power and influence,” the Bronx prosecutor argued in the Sept. 27 perjury trial of two friends of the jailed former police commissioner.

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Newcomer Trounces Incumbent in Bid for Bronx State Assembly Seat

Mark Gjonaj defeated incumbent Naomi Rivera, becoming the first Albanian American with a shot at the 80th district state assembly seat.

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Incumbent Arroyo Pummels Both Primary Challengers

Carmen Arroyo defeated Maximino Rivera and Charles Serrano in the Thursday Democratic primary election to remain Assemblywoman for the 84th district.

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City Limits: Crackdown on HIV drug black market

City legislators are trying to toughen sanctions for buyers and sellers of HIV medications on the black market.

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Could Congressman Rangel end up representing the Bronx? — The NY World

Radical changes proposed for Rep. Charles Rangel’s 15th Congressional District might affect voters in the Bronx

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Occupy City Council: Politicians evoke protests to support wage bill

Supporters of a bill to increase the minimum wage hope the Occupy movement will energize their cause

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