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Where They Stand: Compare NYC Mayoral Candidates On The Issues


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 (l-r) Top: Shaun Donovan, Kathryn Garcia, Andrew Yang, Ray McGuire; Bottom: Eric Adams, Dianne Morales, Maya Wiley, Scott Stringer


The Democratic primary in the race to become the next Mayor of New York City is fast-approaching, with early voting June 12-20 and primary day June 22. With ranked-choice voting at play for the first time and voters able to rank their top five choices in order of preference, there's even more reason to carefully compare where the candidates stand on the issues and what they are promising to do if elected.

Use the interactive tool below to compare the eight leading Democratic candidates for Mayor on a variety of issues. Choose up to three candidates at a time on up to five issues at a time. This comparison tool, brought to you by Gotham Gazette and The Daily News, is being regularly updated as the primary unfolds and candidates continue to offer their stances and proposals on major issues facing New Yorkers and the city.


Read more coverage of the 2021 elections from Gotham Gazette here.

Watch in-depth interviews with the candidates for Mayor here.

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by Ben Max, Gotham Gazette
     

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