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Hunts Point voters speak

Election Day in Hunts Point from David Patrick Alexander on Vimeo. Voices from the South Bronx on election day. See and hear some of the issues people are passionate about in the community.

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The Bronx loves Obama… still

Bronx voters bucked the national trend in Tuesday’s midterm elections

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A fifth term for Diaz

Diaz wins again, despite anti-gay remarks

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Polling snafus persist for some Bronx voters

The new ballots caused glitches and gripes on election day

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Rezoning confusion for Norwood’s business owners

Business owners on Webster Avenue contemplate their fate if new zoning policy takes hold.

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Fernando Tirado: A District Manager Looks Ahead

Community Board 7’s District Manager isn’t letting a dashed State Senate run hold him back

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Nicaraguan diplomat dead in Fordham

Police are investigating the death of a Nicaraguan diplomat, who was found dead Thursday morning.

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Long road ahead for new senator

Gustavo Rivera still has a long road ahead to earn the trust of Bronxites.

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