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"The NYPD's record in the subway is already one of racist harassment," one transit rider said.
Republican mayoral candidate Joe Lhota hasn't been having much luck with his campaign thus far.
On his weekly radio show this morning, Bloomberg said he was "not a a partisan guy," and that he plans to "leave the campaigning to the campaigners."
Track equipment that was exposed to salt water during the storm surge are now beginning to fail, and that means more service changes for already beleaguered neighborhoods.
Perhaps Rudy Giuliani didn't get to reign over 9/11 Town eternally like some mayors we know, but it looks like he's working his way back to Gracie Mansion via one feisty former MTA Chairman
At today's Subway Time press conference, he declined to address a possible run, telling reporters, "We're not here to talk about politics."
"I wish everybody who knows me would stop talking to the press about the possibility of me being a candidate for mayor," MTA CEO Joe Lhota said last night.
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