By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Democratic candidate for mayor Eric Adams rallied supporters Saturday in Chinatown.

A sea of friends, fans and allies surrounded Adams as he marched through the streets, encouraging people to get out and vote.

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The frontrunner for New York City mayor says he’s confident he’s done his job, and now it’s up to the voters.

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“I went over this entire city and shared my vision, and I think now, we’re on the last few days, it’s up to the voters to make the determination,” Adams said.

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Adams says he plans to cast his ballot on Election Day, Nov. 2, but encourages anyone who wants to take advantage of early voting to do so.

CBSNewYork Team