Wednesday, March 6, 2013


 Mayor Michael Bloomberg blamed the state and advocates for the poor for lobbying to end the Advantage program, which subsidized rent for people to move from shelters to permanent housing, and has resulted in a record shelter population, The Wall Street Journal reports:
The New York City Board of Elections approved a contingency plan for potential runoff elections in the three citywide primary races, with plans to use new electronic voting machines but also print ballots before the results are official, NY1 reports:
 While serving as Bronx borough president, New York City mayoral candidate Adolfo Carrión created a political fund that regularly made large cash disbursements without specifying what the money was for, a violation of state election law, the New York Daily News learns:



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