Thursday, September 12, 2013

After Mayoral Primaries, a Sharp Divide

Joseph J. Lhota, in a series of interviews, criticized his likely Democratic opponent for mayor, Bill de Blasio, portraying him as a free-spending liberal who wants to raise taxes.

Graphic: How de Blasio Turned Conventional Wisdom on Its Head

Analysis of the vote in the Democratic mayoral primary in New York City.

Election Math Favors de Blasio

Bill de Blasio, who finished first in the Democratic mayoral primary, would need to capture about one-third of the votes left to be counted to avoid a runoff against William C. Thompson Jr.

20% Turnout in New York Primaries

A total of 700,000 voters took part in city elections this week, according to incomplete returns.

Bloomberg, Attacked in Campaign, Defends Record

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg offered a spirited case for his stewardship of the city and warned that his hard-fought accomplishments could be lost.
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