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The battle for the 35th: who'll replace Tish James (and how the real estate industry has intervened)

I have a long article in City Limits' Brooklyn Bureau on the race for the 35th Council District, which has begun to get very interesting.

The headline: is Real-Estate Lobby Dives into Central Brooklyn Council Race, with the subheading, "Amid a field of progressive candidates, the developer-backed Jobs for New York PAC's support for one candidate both boosts her efforts–and makes her a target."