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Campaign Trail: Attacks In Comptroller Debate; New Financial Disclosures


 

Comptroller candidates Scott Stringer and Eliot Spitzer debated earlier this morning, trading shots at each other. Read highlights in The Wall Street Journal.

Scott Stringer: “People don’t realize this, but I was a bruising kid. I wasn’t that big or that strong or that talented. But I got in the middle of things.” (The Washington Post)

Democrat mayoral candidate Sal Albanese introduced an education plan. "Pediatric wellness centers" form the cornerstone of the plan. (Staten Island Advance)

GOP mayoral contenders like Michael Bloomberg. (The New York Times)

Donations to Anthony Weiner's mayoral campaign dry up. (New York Daily News)

New numbers on independent expenditures published by the city's Campaign Finance Board (NYCCFB)



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