Congress and State Senate races are heating up. Learn who’s who in our local Democratic primaries on August 23rd, 2022.Read more
Join us for a (boozy) talk with local activist, attorney, and District Leader candidate Mark Hanna as we discuss what a District Leader actually does. Along the way we’ll explore party machine politics, corruption, and reform in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, and beyond!
District Leaders! Judicial Delegates! Assembly members! Learn who’s who in your local State Assembly Primaries on June 28th, 2022.Read more
The courts hav finished redistricting our political maps based on the 2020 Census. This includes the New York State Senate, the state Assembly, and the federal Congressional districts for the House of Representatives. What has changed in Bay Ridge? Are you in a new district? Check our maps to find out.Read more
Some folks say Nicole Malliotakis voted against gun reform in 2022. Others say she voted to infringe on the second amendment. Who’s right?Read more
With nearly fifty bills passed, we sit down with State Senator Andrew Gounardes to ask how a bill becomes a law in Albany. Where do the ideas come from? What is the process for writing a bill? How does he manage to keep up during long legislative sessions at the State Capitol? Join us as we learn how our State Senator accomplishes the one job so many other politicians ignore: legislating.
Did dead people vote? Were ballots faked? What actually happened after election day during the 2021 City Council election in Bay Ridge. We fact-check the most common claims.Read more
Brian Fox seems to have come out of nowhere… and he may be one of the most radical candidates to ever run for office in Bay Ridge. Join us as we dig into Mr. Fox’s background, political alliances, social media history, and campaign stunts.Read more
Ed Yoo returns to the show to discuss how politicians pushed an “open the economy” narrative that had disastrous repercussions for public health, data transparency, and contribute to hundreds of deaths in our neighborhood.
Join us as we sit down with NY11 candidate Brittany Ramos DeBarros. We’ll explore the dangers of partisanship and how military contractors and war profiteering have left troops tokenized, demoralized, and without basic services. To counter these forces, we’ll explore how our district can engage with a Just Transition framework and invest in demilitarizing our civic systems. By removing our reliance on militarism and nationalism, we can build a leaner government that maximizes health and sustainability.