Anthony Weiner, the former U.S. congressman who resigned in 2011 over lewd online behavior, hired a campaign manager and is likely to announce his run for New York mayor next week, according to Politico.
Anyone clicking on the website christinequinn.com for information about the leading New York mayoral candidate might be surprised to see her characterized as a paranoid “political hack” who “runs a shell game.”
William Thompson still boasts about how in 2009 he came within 4.3 percentage points of denying New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg his third term even though the billionaire incumbent outspent him 10 to 1.
Anthony Weiner, the former U.S. congressman who resigned in 2011 after engaging in lewd online behavior, is running second among Democratic candidates for mayor of New York even though he hasn’t entered the race, a Marist College poll showed.
Bill de Blasio says a defining moment in his campaign to become New York’s next mayor was when he told a roomful of corporate leaders they should pay higher taxes to fund preschool programs for all city children.
New York City’s ban on large-size soda drinks won’t take effect as planned today after a state judge blocked the measure as improperly enacted and arbitrary in its effects, handing a victory to industry groups including the American Beverage Association.