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Community Newspaper Group to launch boro politics Web site

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Local political junkies finally have a place to call their own on the Web.

On Friday, the Community Newspaper Group — of which this newspaper is a part — will launch BoroPolitics.com, the Internet’s only Web site devoted solely to politics, elections, issues and races in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx.

BoroPolitics.com includes our 29-newspaper chain’s coverage of this year’s citywide races for public advocate, comptroller and mayor. But our exclusive articles, features, profiles and unmatched analysis of the local races in Queens, Brooklyn and Bronx neighborhoods is what will give local political junkies their daily fix.

For our readers, that means intense coverage of all races.

In addition, a feature called BoroWire aggregates political coverage of Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx from other news outlets in town, making BoroPolitics.com the only Web site you need for all the political news you want.

It all starts Friday at BoroPolitics.com.

Posted 6:32 pm, October 10, 2011
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