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City & State | Bill de Blasio’s rough start to the week | August 5, 2019

New York Daily News | Good gov advocate calls on DOI to probe de Blasio mortgages, Podolsky deal | August 5, 2019

New York Times | Letter: Cuomo and Campaign Financing  | August 4, 2019

Albany Times-Union | Letter: New York’s census prep cannot wait | July 31, 201

Queens Daily Eagle | Election board’s unique make-up is grounded in state constitution | July 29, 2019

New York Daily News | De Blasio’s presidential campaign raised a third of its money from donors with city business | July 18, 2019

New York Daily News | Fix New York’s democracy now: Don’t wait until after the Queens DA recount | July 10, 2019

Queens Daily Eagle | Queens Complete Count Committee continues work in wake of SCOTUS decision | June 28, 2019

New York Daily News | Trump pushes census delay after Supreme Court blocks citizenship question for now | June 27, 2019

New York TimesA Race for Queens D.A., but Ocasio-Cortez, Warren and Sanders Loom | June 20, 2019

Queens Daily Eagle | Citizens Union prefers Gregory Lasak for Queens DA | June 17, 2019

New York Post | Councilman Ruben Diaz Sr. under fire for shady ‘birthday’ gifts | June 9, 2019

New York Daily News | City’s hand-picked “third-party” groups give big $$$ to pols | May 27, 2019

WCNY- The Capitol Pressroom | Comparing NY’s corruption issues with other states | May 20, 2019

New York Daily News| Preservation group calls for probe of city’s Union Square tech hub | May 5, 2019

New York Daily News | NYC Board of Elections made new online voter registration worse than paper enrollment | May 4, 2019

New York Daily News | Readers sound off on the public advocate, fake fur and Alex Trebek | May 4, 2019

Queens Daily Eagle | Queens will host seven early voting sites — their locations are TBD | May 2, 2019

New York Daily News | Mayor de Blasio and City Hall staff cozied up to lobbyists and special interests in hundreds of meetings, News analysis shows | May 2, 2019

Crain’s New York Business | Investing in census outreach pays off | April 23, 2019

The City | Making it count: immigration advocates seek census outreach funding boost | April 23, 2019

New York Daily News | SCOTUS chief justice appears to favor ‘devastating’ citizenship question in the 2020 census, possibly costing New York federal funds and congressional seats | April 23, 2019

New York Daily News | FBI questioned two high-ranking NYPD cops over Mayor de Blasio’s favor for Bishop Findlayter: source | April 19, 2019

New York Post | De Blasio: More corrupt than any mayor since…Jimmy Walker | April 18, 2019

CBS New York | New Calls For Probe Into Where Bill De Blasio Gets The Money To Take So Many Presidential Campaign Trips | April 4, 2019

Albany Times Union | State budget React-O-Mat™ | April 1, 2019

Bushwick Daily | Brooklyn’s Participation in the 2020 Population Census Could Stop Federal Funding Cuts for New York | 3/18/19

Albany Times Union | Deal struck on electronic poll books in the budget | March 27, 2019

Albany Times Union | Expansion of AG’s power under discussion | March 26, 2019

New York Daily News | Readers sound off on hairstyles, campaign finance and newsstands | March 25, 2019 

The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle | Is this the year NY government rids itself of corruption and scandals? | February 28, 2019

Crain’s New York Business | Don’t Just Keep Public Advocates Office, Make It Stronger | February 27, 2019

Chasing News | Betsy Gotbaum Interviewed for Segment on Public Advocate’s Race | February 26, 2019

Gotham Gazette | Remembering the Value of the Public Advocate as We Choose the Next One | February 25, 2019

Wall Street Journal | There is a Competitive Election Tuesday if Voters Can Figure Out What It’s For | February 24, 2019

WNYC | This Week In Politics- Our Last-Minute NYC Special Election Preview | 2/23/2019

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Albany Times Union | Report: Voting reforms may cost $22 million to implement | February 7, 2019

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