It's Election Day tomorrow in New York City, which means candidates for local office are frantically crisscrossing the Lower East Side in search of...
There's only a week plus one day remaining until Election Day in New York City. Here in Lower Manhattan, voters will be called on to decide whether City Council member Margaret Chin should represent District 1 for one more term.
Christopher Marte is planning to run against District 1 City Council member Margaret Chin in the general election, which takes place Nov. 7.
Tonight it appears that Margaret Chin has eked out a narrow victory in the District 1 City Council race.
Here's the latest on the incredibly close battle for City Council District 1 in yesterday's Democratic Primary.
On Tuesday, Sept. 12 Lower East Side voters will be called on to decide whether District 1 City Council member Margaret Chin deserves a third term, or whether it's time for a change.
New York City's 2017 Democratic Primary is upon us. Ahead of Election Day, Sept. 12, The Lo-Down is publishing a Lower East Side-specific Voter...
For the first time last night, the four announced contenders to fill State Sen. Daniel Squadron's seat in Albany appeared together at a campaign forum.
That did not take long. Just hours after State Sen. Daniel Squadron announced his resignation, there are already concerns about the process for selecting his successor. One of those raising concerns is Squadron himself.
Here was the headline in the online version of the Daily News Friday evening: "Councilwoman Margaret Chin blasted over cops seizing leaflets from attendees at town hall in Chinatown."
The Manhattan Borough President’s office yesterday announced this coming year’s capital awards for local institutions, totaling $51 million. The funding was included in the city budget that was recently approved by the New York City Council.
This past Wednesday evening, the Lower East Side's Harry S. Truman Democratic Club honored Judge Richard Lee Price and local District Leader Karen Blatt.
It's a big week for former Lower East Side Assemblyman Sheldon Silver, who's appealing his conviction on federal corruption charges.
2612 voters, or 10%, chose the Republican nominee.
The crew at Donnybrook (35 Clinton St.) is hosting a "Let the Games Begin" debate watching party on Monday, Sept. 26. Grab your friends...