Politics

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As NY Democrats Pick Up Major Seats, Immigration Measures Get a Second Chance

Democrats have fresh opportunities to pass immigration reforms and question federal authorities.

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On Long Island, Latino Voters Could Be the Democrats’ Dark Horse

Can they succeed where other get-out-the-vote efforts have failed?

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Democrats Bank on Arab American Turnout in Bay Ridge

Races to unseat state Senator Marty Golden and Rep. Dan Donovan could be decided by a large turnout of Arab American voters.

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Bolsonaro Won More Than 70 Percent of Brazilian Voters in NYC. Why?

How a far-right admirer of dictatorships captured votes in a progressive city

Hudson County Votes to Limit ICE Contract

After a heated hearing, the Freeholders decided to expel ICE from the county jail by 2020

What Does Chinatown Hate About the Plan to Close Rikers? Almost Everything

Concerns about transparency, health, and political neglect have residents fighting back.

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Immigrants Becoming Part of Democratic Party Infrastructure

In an election year where immigration concerns energized voters.

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Jumaane Williams Campaign Marks Progress for Caribbean-Americans

Despite his defeat, the councilman's campaign marks a new chapter for one of the city's largest immigrant groups.