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Amid a sea of de Blasio blue, Lhota takes Pier 40

Amid a sea of de Blasio blue, Lhota takes Pier 40

  BY LINCOLN ANDERSON   |  Bill de Blasio won more than 73 percent of the vote in New York City on Nov. 5 in his landslide victory against Joe Lhota. The pattern more than held true in Downtown Manhattan, where Democrat de Blasio practically swept the grid from river to river. After the election, read more here »

Birthday and mayoral wishes

On Aug. 21, Larry Quinn, Christine Quinn’s father, joined by her father-in-law, Anthony Catullo, stopped by the Greenwich House Senior Center. It was Larry’s birthday, and the seniors helped him celebrate. Of course, they were also there to campaign for Christine in her bid for mayor. Assemblymember Deborah Glick, who is supporting Quinn’s campaign, also read more here »

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John Catsimatidis, Republican for Mayor

This year’s Republican primary for mayor is an interesting race, with the two top candidates being John Catsimatidis and Joe Lhota. A third candidate, George McDonald, is also in the running. Lhota, a former deputy mayor under Rudy Giuliani and most recently head of the M.T.A., brings a track record of having worked in New read more here »

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