Chinese community leaders talk about the upcoming special election to replace Sheldon Silver for the remainder of his term which expires at the end of the year, reports Sing Tao Daily.
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Asian Americans are boosting their political clout by getting the vote out and pushing politicians to be more responsive to their needs.
Two Asian-American politicians who were defeated in the September 9 Democratic primary are rejoining academia, reports World Journal.
Based on two fundraisers recently held by John Liu – one in Brooklyn and one in Manhattan – it’s clear that Liu has extensive Chinese support in his race against Queens District 11 state Sen. Tony Avella, World Journal and Sing Tao Daily report.
Some worry, in the wake of the arrest of a state senator in California, that Chinese politicians are being targeted and treated unfairly, reports Sing Tao Daily.
New York City’s outgoing Comptroller John Liu is keeping all his options open after he leaves the office on January 1, reports Queens Tribune.
Savvy city politicians enlist help to choose elegant Chinese names.
Sing Tao Daily reports on the downsize of Chinese community leaders being split on public advocate race.
Papers analyze the forces that contributed to John Liu’s loss and suggest employment options for his future.
A Voices of NY survey of key community and ethnic papers found they favor the underdogs.
The black vote is significantly divided between Bill Thompson and Bill de Blasio ahead of next Tuesday’s Democratic primary, says columnist Jonathan P. Hicks in the Amsterdam News. But this is not deterring other contenders in the crowded primary.
A conference at CUNY’s School of Journalism explored the role of immigrant voters in the 2013 elections.
Candidates’ efforts to reach Latino voters in their native language leaves a lot to be desired.
CUNY’s NYC Election Atlas 2013 maps electoral data critical to understanding the mayoral elections this fall.
The mayoral hopeful pushes his ideas on revamping education, policing and affordable housing despite dismal poll numbers.