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Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016

Politics

For Queens GOPers, Trump takes night

The Queens Village Republican Club partnered for a watch party with the Nassau County Federation of Republican Women, joining them at the Park City Diner in Garden City, Long Island to enjoy a buffet dinner and cheer on Republican candidate Donald Trump against his opponent, Hillary Clinton. Comments (6)
Long Island City

Van Bramer shows Clinton support at LIC debate viewing party

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer (D-Sunnyside) hosted a presidential debate viewing party at The Creek and the Cave, at 10-93 Jackson Ave. in Long Island City, Monday night, along with the club’s owner, Rebecca Trent. The event was primarily a chance for Clinton supporters from the area to mingle with one another and cheer on their candidate. Comments (6)
Politics

Helen Marshall Cultural Center dedicated in Kew Gardens

Former Queens Borough President Helen Marshall was honored for her career in politics and service to Queens at the grand opening Tuesday of the Helen Marshall Cultural Center, an 11,000-square-foot atrium at Queens Borough Hall. The project cost about $23 million, according to current Queens Borough President Melinda Katz. Comments (2)

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