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"Nobody has their hands in my pocket, unlike other politicians that are career politicians, everyone has their hands in their pockets," Burnett told reporters at a press conference two weeks ago when he announced his campaign.
Spitzer is challenging current Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer in the Democratic primary.
Spitzer and Burnett in the fray brings a new level of intrigue to what was once thought of as a one-horse race — especially after the months lead time Stringer had to build a long list of supporters and endorsements.
John Liu, the sitting comptroller, is a Democratic candidate for mayor.
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