Rise Up With Rebecca Seawright: Election Ballot Initiatives
Watch Rise Up with Rebecca Seawright this Tuesday October 26th at 8pm to learn about the 5 general election ballot initiatives only on MNN1 (Spectrum 34 & 1995, RCN 82, FiOS 33) and MNNHD (Spectrum 1993).
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City Council Member Keith Powers, a Democrat, and his Republican opponent in this year's election, David Casavis, met for a debate hosted by Manhattan Neighborhood Network.
Candidates for New York City Public Advocate in the fast-approaching 2021 general election discussed their visions for the city’s second highest office during two recent TV debates.
There are five yes or no questions on the 2021 general election ballot across New York, asking voters to approve or disapprove changes to the state constitution. All the items on the ballot have been passed by two successive classes of the State Legislature and now go to the voters. They includes...