A new poll deemed the New York City comptroller showed Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer edging ahead of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer.
The poll by Siena College and The New York Times released Friday shows de Blasio, the public advocate, has 32 percent of likely voters in the Democratic mayoral primary.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday shows Stringer and the scandal-scarred Spitzer at 46 percent each among likely Democratic primary voters.
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New York City comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer on Wednesday unveiled the first policy proposals of his comeback campaign.
The Quinnipiac University poll shows that among black voters, Spitzer leads Stringer by a three-to-one margin. The poll showed no gender gap.
New York City comptroller candidates Eliot Spitzer and Scott Stringer traded heated barbs Monday night in their second debate.
The Siena College poll found that 68 percent of state voters and 62 percent of New York City voters are embarrassed by the national attention to the men’s candidacies.
The parade route began at Sixth Avenue and 37th Street and marched up to 52nd Street.
New polls were released Friday in the hotly contested races for New York City mayor and comptroller. With the primary just over a month away, voters are starting to really focus on the candidates and narrow down their choices.
There is month to go before the New York City primary and the battle is on for votes. Two of the latest ads from candidates are tailored to the minority community.
Unlike the mayor’s race, with Anthony Weiner recently revealed as “Carlos Danger” the sexting king, there are no new salacious details about the other lynchpin of love, Eliot Spitzer.
Former governor and current city comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer said Monday that Anthony Weiner should not be running for mayor in the wake of his latest sexting scandal.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it’s “not very helpful” to New York City’s economy when Eliot Spitzer badmouths Wall Street while campaigning.
Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer both resigned because of sex scandals. Both are running for city office. But are Weiner’s new troubles hurting the former governor’s campaign for comptroller?