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Campaign Trail Updates: Lopez, Spitzer Lose Comeback Bids

by Gotham Gazette Staff, Sep 10, 2013
 

Two candidates seeking political combacks after scandals derailed their careers — Vito Lopez and Eliot Spitzer — have lost their bids to get back into elected office.

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The Associated Press, which reports unofficial election night results, reports that disgraced former Gov. Spitzer lost the Democratic primary for comptroller to Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer.

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Lopez, who resigned from the state Assembly earlier this year amid allegations he sexually harassed staff members, lost in the Democratic primary for Brooklyn's 34th City Council District.

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Antonio Reynoso, the chief of staff to the current seat holder, was the winner.


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