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Political Journalist Joe Pinion (left) and Senator Chuck Schumer (right). The candidates will be competing in New Yorks Senate race on November 8.  ILLUSTRATION BY TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Senate candidates in 2022 midterm elections

Nithilan Rajmohan October 19, 2022
Voters in New York will elect one senator this year, as Kirsten Gillibrand is not up for reelection. The candidates are incumbent four-term Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer and Republican Joe Pinion.
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Councilwoman Bridget Fleming (left) and Nick Lalota (right). The candidates will be competing for New Yorks first district in the House of Representatives on November 8.ILLUSTRATION BY TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

House candidates in 2022 midterm elections

Nithilan Rajmohan October 19, 2022
The incumbent representative for New York's 1st District, Republican Lee Zeldin, is currently running for governor of New York. This leaves the seat open for two new candidates: Democratic nominee Bridget Fleming and Republican nominee Nick LaLota. 
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SBU plans to form a 2020 Census Complete Count Committee

Cindy Mizaku November 23, 2019
As the 2020 census approaches on April 1, Stony Brook University is forming a 2020 Census Complete Count Committee
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A screenshot of the constitutional referendum emailed to students on Nov. 9. COURTESY OF USG

Don’t let the USG vote for you — the vote is yours

Sam Lauria and Anya Marquardt November 15, 2019
The USG elections will directly impact us, as SBU students, so play your part by voting in the election.
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Offshore oil and gas production contributes to America’s Energy Future.
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SoMAS professors condemn offshore drilling at NYS Assembly hearing

Rebecca Liebson February 18, 2018
United by their fear of seeing Long Island’s South Shore devastated, a host of environmentalists and public officials gathered in Hauppauge to speak out against a Trump administration plan that would allow for oil exploration and drilling in the region.
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