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Campaign Trail: Running Away From Bloomberg's Endorsement

by Daniel Stein-Sayles, Sep 05, 2013
 

Closing in on the primary elections, candidates for mayor from both major parties are trying to avoid an endorsement from Mayor Michael Bloomberg. (NY Times)

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The latest Quinnipiac University poll released yesterday shows that the comptroller race is in a dead heat between Scott Stringer and Elliot Spitzer. (WSJ)

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Rudy Giuliani will hit the campaign trail for his former deputy Joe Lhota, who is running for the GOP mayoral nomination. (Politicker)

Democratic mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner confronted an angry heckler yesterday on the campaign trail. (The New York Times)


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