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    Electronic Resource
    Electronic Resource
    Berkeley, Calif. : Berkeley Electronic Press (now: De Gruyter)
    The @Forum 5.2007, 2, art1 
    ISSN: 1540-8884
    Source: Berkeley Electronic Press Academic Journals
    Topics: Political Science
    Notes: The author contends that Michael Bloomberg's 2005 re-election signalled the collapse of Democratic Party dominance in New York mayoral elections. The author discusses the campaign, and suggests that the collapse of Democratic hegemony is due to the decline of the party organizations, the willingness of organized labor to support Republicans, and the city's changing economics and demographics.
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    Electronic Resource
    Electronic Resource
    Berkeley, Calif. : Berkeley Electronic Press (now: De Gruyter)
    The @Forum 3.2006, 4, art6 
    ISSN: 1540-8884
    Source: Berkeley Electronic Press Academic Journals
    Topics: Political Science
    Notes: This article examines New York City's system of public financing of political campaigns after 15 years of operation. The author suggests that many of the objectives of reform: lower expenditures, increased competition, and higher voter turnout have not been realized.
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    Electronic Resource
    Electronic Resource
    Berkeley, Calif. : Berkeley Electronic Press (now: De Gruyter)
    The @Forum 2.2004, 3, art7 
    ISSN: 1540-8884
    Source: Berkeley Electronic Press Academic Journals
    Topics: Political Science
    Notes: The 2002 Newark mayoral election represents a new trend in contemporary politics: a contest between an older African-American incumbent and member of the new generation of African-Americans politicians, who often hold different views and political attitudes than their older counterparts. In the end, the older incumbent won using his formidable political organization and against an inexperienced challenger. Mayor Sharpe James drew on a deep well of relationships--both local and national--that he established over decades as a Newark politician and effectively branded the insurgent Cory Booker as an outsider. The author concludes that younger African-American politicians, who tend to be more moderate than their older counterparts, have difficulty winning support among older African-American voters.
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    Electronic Resource
    Electronic Resource
    Berkeley, Calif. : Berkeley Electronic Press (now: De Gruyter)
    The @Forum 5.2007, 2, art11 
    ISSN: 1540-8884
    Source: Berkeley Electronic Press Academic Journals
    Topics: Political Science
    Notes: The author discusses Rudolph Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg, the two most recent Mayors of New York City, and their prospects for the Presidency. While the New York mayoralty has historically been a ``political dead end," Giuliani is a front-runner for the Republican nomination and Bloomberg is being discussed as a potential independent candidate. The author briefly examines their leadership styles and offers some ideas about how they might deal with aspects of the Presidency. Finally, the author notes the possibility that two other ``New Yorkers" also are serious candidates: Senator Hillary Clinton, who was elected to the Senate while still First Lady, and Fred Dalton Thompson, the unannounced candidate for the Republican nomination. Thompson, who served in the U.S. Senate for eight years (1995-2003), and before that had come to national prominence as the Minority Counsel during the Senate's Watergate Hearings (1973), is known to many voters as ``Arthur Branch," the fictional Manhattan District Attorney, a character that he has played for the last five seasons (2002-2007) on the NBC television program, ``Law and Order."
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