NYC early voting 2020 won some relief, last night, and we’ve got a letter from the front. An exhausted and beleaguered Judith Berdy shares her story.
I’m a lifelong Democrat, but I can’t vote for Rebecca Seawright. My reasons are as plain as they are simple. Who does she represent?
Rebecca Seawright just stole my credit for catching Cuomo’s RIOC bullying a cat sanctuary. Sure, she’s in a tough reelection fight, but how low can you go?
Disclosures released his week show a gusher of outside money flooding Rebecca Seawright’s Campaign with cash, but little comes from local sources.
Progressive Democratic candidate for New York State’s 76th Assembly District, Patrick Bobilin, bitterly flamed “Trump Democrats,” last week.
Did state assembly member Rebecca Seawright team up with RIOC acting president Shelton Haynes, pulling a Southpoint fast one? Did they work at taking the pressure off Team Cuomo?
Imperiled Rebecca Seawright apparently courts the media with surrogates, hiring big guns through powerful friends in Albany.
Are Seawright campaign attacks dirty? Do they threaten spinning the election away from legitimate issues? Another loss puts some questions to bed.
The dirty Seawright campaign for reelection reached new lows, this summer, turning to tactics she condemned when attacking opponents in May. Now, as autumn approaches, she’s worse.
Roosevelt Island’s Save Our Shorelines (SOS) protest gained momentum in July as state assembly member Rebecca Seawright signed on, but a day later, she ducked for cover. She promised to hold RIOC […]