Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer was elected New York City comptroller Tuesday night, over five other candidates.
The Democratic front-runner, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, is hoping to eclipse the 40 percent mark that would avoid a runoff.
A new poll shows Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer leading with 50 percent of likely Democratic primary voters in the New York City comptroller’s race.
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New York City comptroller candidates Eliot Spitzer and Scott Stringer traded heated barbs Monday night in their second debate.
E. O’Brien Murray filed an objection shortly before a midnight deadline Monday. He said he reviewed the more than 27,000 signatures that Spitzer, a Democrat, gathered in a four-day burst and found errors.
Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer met with voters in Union Square on Monday to launch his comeback attempt.
New York City Comptroller John Liu’s office audited the process that the city’s Department of Education uses to assign each eighth grader to a high school for the following year.
On the eve of his State of the City address, Mayor Michael Bloomberg had a new ban in store, as well as a parking proposal that might drive some New Yorkers crazy.
Financial statements reveal that Nassau County ended the 2011 fiscal year with a deficit of over 50 million dollars.
Liu’s campaign spokesman says that given the daily barrage of bad news, they’re “surprised his numbers are that good.”
Kevin Davis left MF Global in 2008 after the firm lost more than 90 percent of its market value.
Comptroller John Liu said long waits put women in jeopardy and violated the city’s policies recommending waits of no more than two weeks for routine screening.
A report from New Jersey’s comptroller finds the state spends more than $3 million in clothing allowances for white-collar workers who aren’t required to wear uniforms.
Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli found that the graduation rate for that year was between 62.9 percent and 63.6 percent. The Department of Education listed it at 65.5 percent.