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Gotham Votes 2013

Campaign Trail: Weekend Update


Republican mayoral candidate Joe Lhota needs to "persuading an overwhelmingly Democratic electorate to pick a leader who cites Barry Goldwater and Margaret Thatcher as his intellectual forebears." (The New York Times)

Lhota criticized the plan for an Upper East Side waste transfer station. (The Daily News)

Republican comptroller candidate John Burnett is "a dose of the real thing." (New York Post)

More than two weeks after the primary, the Board of Elections finishes counting the ballots. (NYT)

 

 

 



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