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News Flash: Brooklyn Bidding for 2016 Democratic Convention

The New York Times reports that Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a bid for Brooklyn to host the 2016 Democratic Convention. The proposal is for Barclays Center to be the “anchor venue” for the event, “with accommodations and other events to be spread across the city’s other four boroughs.” The Times piece calls Brooklyn […]

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Democratic Mayoral Aspirants at St. Francis Wednesday April 3

Tomorrow (Wednesday, April 3) at 6:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:00) the Brooklyn Reform Coalition will host a Mayoral Forum featuring candidates for the Democratic Party’s mayoral nomination in the election to be held this year. The Forum will be at the St, Francis College auditorium, 180 Remsen Street (between Clinton and Court). Hal Friedman, […]

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It’s Biv – BHB Readers Endorse Biviano in NYC Council District 33 Democratic Primary

You, the  BHB Readers have spoken – neighborhood resident Doug Biviano is your choice in Tuesday’s (9/15) NYC Council D-33 Democratic primary beating opponent Steve Levin by 2 percentage points. It’s been a long strange trip so far for Biviano who has made his mark in the Herd for the 33rd by speaking his mind […]

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Snacks and Paper Ballots at P.S. 8

At P.S. 8 this morning,  some voters were issued paper ballots while a voting machine serving the 123rd District was being repaired. On the bright side, the wait was about 20 minutes (if you knew your district) and there were TASTY SNACKS!

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Kid’s Kamp Responds to Marty’s Mud

Yesterday, as 25th District state senate Democratic candidate Daniel Squadron was enjoying a photo op with backer Sen. Charles Schumer on Clark Street his opponent’s camp hurled mud at him in the Brooklyn Eagle. Incumbent Marty Connor‘s spokesperson Marty Algace told the paper that the Yale grad’s resume is as “deep as a paper clip.” […]

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