– compiled by Azi Paybarah Read More
BUFFALO—With wins against two incumbent Republican State Senators—Caesar Trunzo and Serf Maltese—Democrats have taken control of the State Senate, and will convene in Albany later today to hash out their agenda.
It is the first time Democrats have controlled the State Senate in 40 years. (The winner of the race between Democrat Read More
Here’s Jim Gennaro’s second television ad, which touts his endorsements by the New York Times, Queens Tribune and Hillary Clinton.
It’s not a combination you’ll see too often.
A Gennaro campaign spokesman declined to say specifically how much money is behind the ad, only saying that it's a "significant" ad buy. (Take that for what Read More
A reader forwards these mailers being distributed in the two competitive State Senate districts in the city, paid for by the Planned Parenthood of New York City Action Fund.
The image above characterizes longtime incumbent Republican Serf Maltese as old and out-of-touch, an idea that has become something of a default for Democrats Read More
More from Bharat Ayyar, who looked into the race between Republican State Senator Frank Padavan and Democratic challenger Jim Gennaro.
As of the July filing, here’s how much money they have on hand:
Padavan – $116,642.20
Gennaro – $406,965.01
It’s surprising that Gennaro is raising so much more Read More
***MEDIA ADVISORY*** COUNCIL MEMBER GENNARO & ENVIRONMENTAL EXPERTS TO DISCUSS IMPACT OF GLOBAL WARMING ON BEER AT QUEENS COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATS FORUM
(FLUSHING MEADOWS, NEW YORK) APRIL 21st, 2008 — New York City Council Environmental Protection Committee Chairman James Gennaro (keynote speaker) will tonight join other environmental experts at a forum hosted Read More
In case you had any doubt, fedoras are so much back in style I spotted them on City Council members–and candidates for higher office–David Weprin and Jim Gennaro at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Sunnyside yesterday.
Weprin is running for city comptroller, and Gennaro is running for state Senate. Read More
That’s City Councilman Jim Gennaro (left) with actor Woody Harrelson and filmmaker Josh Tickell after their movie, Field of Fuel, won the Documentary Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival. Read More
Jim Gennaro, the silver-haired City Councilman who chairs the Environmental Committee, is featured in a new film that’s being screened at Sundance Film Festival, along with Woody Harrelson and Julia Roberts.
The documentary, called "Fields of Fuel” investigates the causes of and possible solutions to the United States’ dependency Read More