The post-election Campaign Finance Board filings are in, and as the dailies reported today, they reveal that Mayor Michael Bloomberg spent even more to get re-elected than he did to win in 2001$77.8 million. The hundreds of other candidates for mayor, public advocate, comptroller, and the 51 c ... More >>
With organized labor pushing hard for the legislation, the city council voted today in favor of a bill narrowing restrictions on labor unions' contributions to political candidates. Passage of the bill marks the first time in the 17-year history of the city's Campaign Finance Board that a rule has b ... More >>
Ask anyone answering the phone at the Bloomberg campaign office in the Throgg's Neck section of the Bronx who's in charge there, and they'll direct you to a political operative named John Greaney. But if you try to ask Greaney, who also served as campaign manager for failed city council candidate S ... More >>
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