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Gotham Votes 2013

Where Will Primary Candidates Party Tonight?


Eliot Spitzer, the former governor turned candidate for comptroller, will party in Harlem. Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio will stay closer to home in Brooklyn. But most of the other candidates for mayor will be in and around Midtown Manhattan as Primary Day comes to a close. Where the candidates have decided to close out the most hotly contested municipal primary in more than a decade says a lot about both their tastes, their campaigns and their power bases. Check out where candidates for citywide office will be tonight on this handy map, which will be updated as needed. And if you want to have your party listed, hit us up at info@gothamgazette.com.

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Mayor — Red markers

Public Advocate — Yellow markers

Comptroller — Green markers



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