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March 2, 2016

Parkside Clients New York Cares and The Parking Spot Team Up To Help New Yorkers in Need

The Parkside Group is proud to announce the partnership of two star clients in helping to keep New Yorkers warm this winter. New York Cares, one of New York City's leading non-profit organizations which conducts the city's largest annual drive, and The Parking Spot, the nation's leading near-airport parking company, have teamed up to provide coats to hundreds of New York's most vulnerable children and families.

We're proud to have played a role in bringing these two great organizations together in service to our fellow New Yorkers.

Read this story in the Queens Gazette!

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Smart take on 2022 election results by my @ParksideGroup colleague @joereubens. The @NYSenDems were successful because... field and grassroots are essential components of its campaigns.
https://www.cityandstateny.com/opinion/2022/11/opinion-top-political-operatives-weigh-new-yorks-2022-midterm-elections/380037/

Parkside Partner @joereubens told @CityAndStateNY how @NYSenateDems' candidates for State Senate won and maintained ...their super-majority, even as overlapping Congressional Dems were defeated.

https://www.cityandstateny.com/opinion/2022/11/opinion-top-political-operatives-weigh-new-yorks-2022-midterm-elections/380037/

“Here’s the thing: In two years it’s going to be a presidential year,” @EvanStavisky told @gregorykorte at ...@bpolitics. “If they think the Democrats aren’t coming for them, they’re kidding themselves."

https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/new-york-loses-luster-as-democratic-bastion-after-gop-house-gains-1.1847448

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