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Gotham Votes 2013

Campaign Trails: Voter Turnout Mapped; De Blasio's First TV Ad Spending; Sandra Fluke For Quinn


Mapping voter turnout. (WNYC)

Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio to spend over $70,000 on his first television ad buy of the campaign. (Politicker)

The New York Real Estate Chamber announces a candidate forum on Aug. 13. (NYREC)

Sandra Fluke endorses Christine Quinn for mayor in new video. (NYDN Daily Politics)

Advocates called on mayoral candidates to do something about street safety. (Streetsblog)

Comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer makes a "populist appeal" in his new ads. (State of Politics)

Storify of yesterday's AARP mayoral forum. (AARP)

The city's Campaign Finance Board unveiled an updated version of its NYCVotes app to help engage voters. (NYCCFB)



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