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8:57 AM EST on November 8, 2017

    • It Took About a Half-Hour for de Blasio to Officially Dispense With Malliotakis (NYT, Politico)
    • Eugene, Brannan, Chin, and Ulrich Retain Council Seats (NYT); Crowley Out? (TL)
    • BP, Public Advocate, Comptroller Incumbents Win Easily (Gotham Gazette)
    • Con-Con No (NYT, Politico); Dems for Westchester and Nassau Exec, Suffolk DA (NYT 1, 2; Politico)
    • Democrat Phil Murphy Elected to Clean Up After Chris Christie (NYT 1, 2; NJ.com)
    • Eyes Turn to Race for Council Speaker (NYT)
    • City Limits: De Blasio's Millionaire's Tax Schtick Could Make Him Irrelevant on Transit
    • Gridlock Sam: Use Smart Vehicle Tech to Prevent Carnage in Cities (News)
    • School Cop Charged With Hit-and-Run (News); Motorcyclist Dies in Queens Crash (News)
    • How the MTA's Next Fare System Could Promote Transit Use (Fast Company)

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