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Gregg Bishop Nov 6
If we lose this last machine, this patient crowd will not be so patient. Crowd energy is turning to anger at . Unacceptable that only 1 out of 5 scanners working.
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Ray Yamanouchi (山ノ内玲) Jun 15
. is pound for pound the best candidate in this election cycle and watching her elegantly dismantle Crowley while steadfastly defend her progressive platforms proves it. NY STAND UP!!
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Anna Brower Aug 28
"I stand before you in the spirit of Shirley Chisholm - unbossed and unbought" -
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Eric Ulrich 10 Oct 17
. is doing a great job moderating tonight's debate. He's tough but fair
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#EverythingHeSaysIsALie Aug 28
First net-net of debate: is impressive and earned my support. Was not expecting it. She’s amazing.
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Spectrum News NY1 Nov 6
NY1 PROJECTION: Democrat is the projected winner of the New York state attorney general race. She will be the first black woman to hold statewide office in New York.
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Tish James 16 Oct 17
Thanks to & for a substantive debate about issues that New Yorkers care about.
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Bree Driscoll Nov 6
We are seeing lots of reports of broken scanners and long lines at several polling locations, particularly in at PS 22 and the McGuinness Senior Center. Tag us with what you are seeing using
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Angelo Cucuzza Aug 15
if you are a union member is the only choice. Jackson claiming to be "labor" is comical.
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Marisol Alcantara Aug 16
Debate: I broke with the IDC to keep the charter cap. Plastic bags — banning plastic bags in the state of NY. I broke with the IDC in providing taxpayers' money to bail out nuclear power plants.
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Aditya Sunar Jun 15
Replying to @adityasunarNY
The contrast between Ocasio-Cortez and Crowley in this debate is just stunning. Joe Crowley is acting more like a parody of a corrupt politician than an actual one.
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Pat Kiernan 7 Nov 17
Bill de Blasio won four boroughs in tonight's election. The only exception: Staten Island, which Nicole Malliotakis carried by a 2 to 1 margin.
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Friendly Liberal Otter Jun 15
“My constituents know me.” - on debate. But do they really?
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Clodagh McGowan Sep 13
Peculiar primary night trend — hookah bar headquarters. First, then . I can’t handle the smoke in Inwood, so I’m hanging outside waiting for results to come in. Thankful for the mobile app—watching and live
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Means of Production Jun 15
. crushed it in tonight’s debate against . This race is about people vs. money. HE’S got money, SHE’S got people (and a vision for a better New York and policy plans to back it up)
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Anna Brower Aug 28
"We are at a pivotal moment in our nation, careening into chaos and confusion, and what we need now is an Attorney General with experience." That Attorney General is
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Pat Kiernan Nov 6
95% of the vote is in now for Brooklyn State Senate 22 race. Gounardes pulls ahead by almost 1000 votes.
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Usra Khan Sep 7
Applauding your ease, confidence, and passion in this response
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Spectrum News NY1 Nov 6
NY1 PROJECTION: Democrat is the projected winner of the U.S. Senate race in New York.
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Stacy-Ann Gooden Nov 6
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