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Remove Pedestrian Plazas? GOP Candidates Say Maybe So

Thursday, August 29, 2013

WNYC

When the Republican candidates for NYC mayor gathered for a televised debate Wednesday night, they took three different stances on Mayor Mike Bloomberg's preference for pedestrians and plazas. 

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Grocery Magnate Catsimatidis' Outsider, Establishment Campaign

Thursday, May 16, 2013

John Catsimatidis is super-rich, off-the-cuff, at times a little odd, and totally enmeshed in political life.

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Lhota Raises Big Money with Big Checks

Friday, March 15, 2013

In the first two months of his campaign for mayor, Republican Joe Lhota raised $729,987, according to records filed Friday with the city Campaign Fiance Board. Lhota, the former MTA Chairman, listed his occupation as “unemployed” on the filing, but his campaign got a boost from his former colleagues at Cablevision and in the Giuliani administration, as well as real estate interests.

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Carrion Endorsement Sets Up Possible 3-Way Mayoral Race

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

WNYC

Adolfo Carrion, a former Obama appointee and Bronx Borough president, secured a spot on November's mayoral ballot, setting up a potential three-way race.

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In Mayor’s Race, Quinn Keeps Lead in Money and in Poll

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

WNYC

In the New York City mayor's race, Council Speaker Christine Quinn continues to have the edge in campaign cash and in early polls, according to new data out this week.

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