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During 2013, Decide NYC served as New Yorkers' grand, central guide to city elections, politics, and government - with a focus on the 2013 city election cycle. Our mission is to provide clear, comprehensive, helpful resources to add to the civic discourse and further engage New Yorkers with politics and policy. Our Founder, Ben Max, and other members of our team are doing similar work at GOTHAM GAZETTE as of mid-March, 2014 - please use Decide NYC as an archive of the 2013 elections and visit us at GothamGazette.com for new, important, and engaging content!
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BILL DE BLASIO IS NEW YORK CITY’S 109th MAYOR
The New City Council Gets To WorkTwo months on the job, the new council is defining itself by Ben Max Saturday, March 8th, will mark two months since the new New York City Council held its first stated meeting. At that meeting on-
For Its 25th Anniversary, Give the City Charter the Gift of Revisionby Talia Werber for City and State NY Twenty-five years ago, in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the New York City Board of Estimate violated the Constitution, the 1989 New York City-
A Tuesday Covering New York Politics and Policyby Ben Max My Tuesday was not especially abnormal, but it struck me as particularly indicative of a day immersed in covering New York politics and policy. After waking up around 6:45 and a few short-
How New York City is its Government?Looking at city government demographics by Tyler Dratch and Ben Max With the election of Melissa Mark-Viverito as speaker by her colleagues, the New York City Council has its first ever Latino in-
The State of Our Cityby Ben Max On Monday at noon, Mayor Bill de Blasio will deliver his first State of the City address at LaGuardia Community College, in Queens. In the speech, de Blasio is likely to continue to hit on-