October 29, 2008 RSS feed / Political Page

Commerce Lollipop Color Campaign Heats Up

Commerce Bank was acquired by TD Bank Financial Group, merging the operations of Commerce Bank and TD Banknorth under one name, TD Bank, "America's Most Convenient Bank". More...

Vallone Opposes Mentally Ill Homeless Housing In Astoria

City Councilmember Peter F. Vallone Jr. voiced strong opposition this week to a proposed 50-unit housing development for mentally ill, homeless New Yorkers proposed to be built in an underserved section of his Astoria district. More...

Gazette Endorses McCain, Local Candidates

The extended 2008 election campaign having ended, the voters will go to the polls next Tuesday and have the final word in the all-important presidential election and also the congressional and state legislative contests. More...

Padavan-Gennaro Outcome Will Affect Albany Power Balance

Facing one of his toughest challenges in his 36 years as Northeast Queens' representative in the state senate, Frank Padavan has been leaning heavily on his legislative and community services records to see him through to victory in next Tuesday's More...

Maltese, Addabbo Battle Down To The Wire In Senate Race

State Senator Serphin Maltese (R- C, Middle Village) and Councilmember Joseph Addabbo Jr. More...

Volunteers, Nonprofits Match Up Through Web Site

The Mayor's Volunteer Center, in partnership with the United Way of New York City, has created a free online site, VolunteerNYC.org. More...

Gianaris Tells Board 1 Of Wall Street Mess, Film Tax Credit

"Wall Street is a mess," Assemblymember Michael Gianaris, said speaking on the economic problems of the state. Gianaris said New York is going to be especially hard hit. More...

'Frontrunners' Brings Presidential Race Home

One candidate sees himself as a shooin, as do his backers. Another cherishes her outsider status. Yet another got into the race more or less by accident. More...

Local Election Breakdown

On Tuesday, in addition to the national election, there will also be contests for Congress, State Senate, Assembly and a special City Council seat on the ballot. All are listed here. More...

Weiner Brings Bill Clinton Back To Queens

Photo Nicollette Barsamian Former President Bill Clinton addressed more than 700 students and residents at a special pre-election forum hosted by Congressmember Anthony Weiner (DQueens/ Brooklyn) at Queens College on Thursday, October 23. More...

Large Turnout Expected For Tuesday's Historic Election Day

A huge turnout of voters is expected next Tuesday for one of the nation's most historic presidential elections that could give the United States its first African- American national leader. More...

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