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9:04 AM EDT on September 15, 2010

    • 2010 Primaries: Espada Goes Down, Other NYC Incumbents Hold On (NYT, News, Post, Bklyn Paper)
    • Anti-Toll Tea Party Fave Paladino Crushes Lazio, Setting Up Face-Off With Cuomo (NY1, News, WSJ)
    • Brodsky Finishes a Distant 4th in AG Race, Schneiderman Comes Out on Top (NYT)
    • Replacing Brodsky: NYLCV Pick Tom Abinanti Will Go Up Against GOP's Tom Bock (Rivertowns)
    • More Results: Espaillat Over Levine, Huntley Over Nunes (NY1)
    • Maybe Now Hiram Monserrate Will Finally Give Up Politicking (WNYC)
    • Transit Advocates to NJ Gov: Don't Let Hudson Transit Tunnel Stall Out (MTR)
    • School Bus Driver Critically Injures Woman in Gravesend; No Charges Filed (Post, News)
    • Ridership Sparse on First Day of Commuter Van Service on Q74 Route (NYT)
    • The Daily News Has Transit App Envy

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