At 11:28 a.m. an email from "Christine C. Quinn" was sent from an email address linked to a QuinnforNewYork.ORG.
Color of Change today launched a petition drive urging Council Speaker Christine Quinn to allow a vote on paid sick leave.
Council Speaker Christine Quinn on Tuesday came out in support of more speed cameras at New York City intersections, but on the question of more red-light cameras, Quinn's staying mum.(2)
"You're a perfect live guest," said CNN host Piers Morgan to City Council Speaker Christine Quinn last night, during an interview about Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to ban large sugary drinks.
There was a great detail in a report on Christine Quinn's campaign launch from Jill Colvin, who noticed the City Council speaker slipping a few dollar bills, under a campaign flier, to a woman on Staten Island who seemed to be down on her luck.
"I'm waiting, Ms. Quinn."(1)
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who officially launched her mayoral campaign yesterday, is the only one of the major Democratic candidates who has never run for citywide office before.(1)
On Sunday morning, during a carefully choreographed press event, Council Speaker Christine Quinn finally, officially declared that she was in.
The five-minute bio piece where Quinn announces her candidacy makes no mention of the historic nature of her candidacy. If she's elected, she'll be New York City's first female mayor, and first openly gay mayor.(2)
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, who made history this January when he was sworn in as New York's first openly gay member of Congress, is endorsing City Council Speaker Christine Quinn for mayor.(1)
This week, subway and bus riders in New York City got hit with their fourth fare hike in five years.(3)
The Kings County Democratic organization may not endorse a Democratic candidate for mayor, a spokesman for the party's leader, Frank Seddio, confirmed.
At a mayoral forum last night on the issue of poverty, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio attacked Council Speaker and mayoral front-runner Christine Quinn on both the living wage bill she did pass and the paid sick leave bill she did not.
Last night at a mayoral forum about poverty, comptroller John Liu said the city's minimum wage should be $11.50 an hour.