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Tiffany Cabán for Queens District Attorney

Tiffany Cabán for Queens District Attorney

In next Tuesday’s Democratic primary, an ambitious young public defender offers overdue change.
A Race for Queens D.A., but Ocasio-Cortez, Warren and Sanders Loom

A Race for Queens D.A., but Ocasio-Cortez, Warren and Sanders Loom

The Democratic primary may show whether a progressive vision for criminal justice resonates in a borough with a law-and-order past.
Why Los Angeles Could Be the Setting for the ‘Most Important D.A. Race’ in the U.S.

Why Los Angeles Could Be the Setting for the ‘Most Important D.A. Race’ in the U.S.

San Francisco and Los Angeles share a brand of liberal politics, but the cities’ competing approaches to crime and incarceration could clash if their top prosecutors face off.
Why Los Angeles Could Be the Setting for the ‘Most Important D.A. Race’ in the U.S.

Why Los Angeles Could Be the Setting for the ‘Most Important D.A. Race’ in the U.S.

San Francisco and Los Angeles share a brand of liberal politics, but the cities’ competing approaches to crime and incarceration could clash if their top prosecutors face off.
The Small-Donor Model That Helped Ocasio-Cortez Win Is Aiding Another Progressive

The Small-Donor Model That Helped Ocasio-Cortez Win Is Aiding Another Progressive

Tiffany Cabán’s candidacy for Queens district attorney is testing whether the traditional base of local donors has been surpassed by small out-of-town cash contributions.
Primary Election in New York: A Six-Way Contest for Queens D.A.

Primary Election in New York: A Six-Way Contest for Queens D.A.

Tuesday: The election is the borough's first competitive district attorney's race in decades.
Tiffany Cabán for Queens District Attorney: The Times Endorsement

Tiffany Cabán for Queens District Attorney: The Times Endorsement

In Tuesday’s Democratic primary, an ambitious young public defender offers overdue change.
New York Primary Elections: Who’s Running for Queens D.A.

New York Primary Elections: Who’s Running for Queens D.A.

Tuesday: The election is the borough's first competitive district attorney's race in decades.
Queens D.A. Primary Too Close to Call, as Cabán Narrowly Leads Katz

Queens D.A. Primary Too Close to Call, as Cabán Narrowly Leads Katz

A six-way race was down to two candidates, with absentee ballots likely to decide whether Tiffany Cabán or Melinda Katz wins the Democratic nomination.
Why Tiffany Cabán May Be More Significant to Progressives Than Ocasio-Cortez

Why Tiffany Cabán May Be More Significant to Progressives Than Ocasio-Cortez

Ms. Cabán’s showing in the Queens district attorney primary revealed that progressive supporters can rally national support and money for a local race.
5 Key Things to Know About Tiffany Cabán

5 Key Things to Know About Tiffany Cabán

Ms. Cabán, a first-time candidate, rode a progressive wave to become the presumptive Democratic nominee for Queens district attorney.
In Surprise, Katz Pulls Just Ahead of Cabán in Queens District Attorney Primary

In Surprise, Katz Pulls Just Ahead of Cabán in Queens District Attorney Primary

Tiffany Cabán’s 1,100-vote lead evaporated after the count of paper ballots, putting Melinda Katz 20 votes ahead in the hotly contested primary.
The Shocking Final Count in the Queens D.A. Race: What Happened

The Shocking Final Count in the Queens D.A. Race: What Happened

An 11th-hour twist, putting Melinda Katz ahead of Tiffany Cabán by 20 votes, means an automatic recount. Conspiracy theories abound.
Katz vs. Caban: Why the Queens District Attorney Race Has Turned Chaotic

Katz vs. Caban: Why the Queens District Attorney Race Has Turned Chaotic

Friday: A full recount looms after Melinda Katz pulled ahead of Tiffany Cabán by 20 votes.
‘Trumpian’ Tactics: Queens D.A. Race Turns Nasty

‘Trumpian’ Tactics: Queens D.A. Race Turns Nasty

Voter suppression accusations and intraparty warfare escalated as Melinda Katz saw her lead over Tiffany Cabán narrow to 16 votes.
A Bill Could Decide the Queens D.A. Race. Why Hasn’t Cuomo Signed It?

A Bill Could Decide the Queens D.A. Race. Why Hasn’t Cuomo Signed It?

A bill passed earlier this year would give elections officials more leeway to count affidavit ballots that were previously disqualified.
Wrangling Begins in Queens D.A. Recount, Recalling Florida Intrigue in 2000

Wrangling Begins in Queens D.A. Recount, Recalling Florida Intrigue in 2000

Only 16 votes separate the top two candidates in the race, which has national implications.