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“Ranked-choice voting is better for democracy, period, whoever people vote for," Wiley said, pushing back against Adams' remarks, while Jumaane Williams called Adams "absolutely wrong."
On the heels of the defund the police movement and escalating gun violence, Black voters will once again be tested on where they stand on policing, an issue that affects them disproportionately.
The leading Democratic candidates for mayor aggressively jockeyed one another to make their case before New York City voters in the first in-person debate of the race.
A poll released late Tuesday showed Garcia leading the field for the first time.
With four weeks left to go until primary day, Liu's backing gives Yang a united group of supporters among the city's prominent Asian American elected officials.
For some New York City education policy experts, the mission of reducing class sizes can be likened to a holy grail.
The second televised debate between Democratic candidates is currently set to be virtual, but why?
Following a NY Times story, Yang said he would ask the city's campaign finance board to investigate Adams's fundraising claims.
All but one of the leading Democratic mayoral candidates have pledged to double the expense budget for city parks.
The debate featured a few fireworks, with the bulk of the attacks focused on Andrew Yang and Eric Adams.