- Voters in New York City went to polling stations on Tuesday to decide who will be the Democratic candidate for the city’s next mayor, and who will lead New York City’s economic recovery, combat rising violent crime, and so on.
- Eight Democrats are competing for the nomination, but opinion polls show that the top four are moving away from other areas. However, for the first time in New York City, ranked voting was used, so it is difficult to predict who will win.
- The primaries have been controversial. Candidates Andrew Young and Catherine Garcia joined forces on the final weekend of the campaign to try to weaken the momentum of the late leader Eric Adams.
- The alliance was severely reprimanded by Adams: “They came together as they did in the past three days, and they said we can’t believe that a person of color when the mayor of New York City is overwhelmingly of color.”
- Voters in New York City went to polling stations on Tuesday to decide who will be the Democratic nominee for the city’s next mayor, and who might lead New York City to come back from the pandemic, combat rising violent crime, and so on.
Eight Democrats are vying for Tuesday’s primary election, but opinion polls show the top four — Brooklyn mayor Eric Adams, former presidential candidate Andrew Young, former city health commissioner Catherine Garcia, and former mayor Bill de Blasio’s adviser Maya Wiley-withdrew from the other half of the stadium. However, New York City is using ranked selection voting. This method allows voters to rank their favorite candidates in order, instead of just selecting one. This is the first time in its history, so it is difficult to predict who will be in the game on Tuesday. Stand out the winner.
Adams is a former New York Police Department official. He has been working to reduce the crime rate in the city and has the support of most police organizations in the city. He is in a leading position in recent polls. He has supported past use of stop-and-frisk, opposes the “defund the police” movement and has said that he will carry if elected, putting him at odds with many of his fellow candidates and making him a target of the progressive left.
When Adams announced on Sunday that one of his campaign volunteers had been stabbed in the Bronx, his information about the rising crime rate and its possible consequences seemed to have an impact on Adams.
“We pray for him,” Adams Said“This violence must stop.”
Like the entire 2020 presidential campaign, Yang’s core commitment during the mayoral campaign also revolved around the basic income of the people. His campaign website called for UBI to be provided to the city’s poorer residents to reduce poverty and accelerate the city’s economic recovery. He also promised to quickly build more affordable housing to accommodate the city’s homeless.
Garcia has worked for the city for decades, and her campaign website emphasizes policies aimed at helping small businesses hit by the pandemic and helping cope with the effects of climate change, including the transition to a fully renewable energy economy.
Although Adams is leading, Yang and Garcia are not far behind in many recent polls. The two even Join hands On the last weekend of the campaign, they urged their respective supporters to rank second in order to weaken Adams’ lateness.
The alliance was severely condemned by Adams and his supporters, some of whom baselessly claimed that their alliance — and calling for themselves before him — was an attempt to deprive voters of color.
“Let them come together as they did in the past three days, and they said we can’t believe that a person of color is the mayor of New York City, and the majority of people of color in New York City,” Adams said.
His comments were reprimanded by Willie, who was the most progressive of the top four candidates. He received the Working Family Party, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Rep. Alexander Ocasio-Cole of New York. Support from celebrities including Tes.
“These allegations are the weaponization of real fears and worries about our democracy and have no place here,” Wiley said in a statement. statement Sunday. “The ranking chooses to vote to protect the voice of black and brown voters… [It]-Or the resulting alliance-is not to suppress voters, nor is it a poll tax, to compare it to the work of many people before us. “
The election is Tuesday, but early voting starts on June 11th and ends on Sunday night Over 191,000 According to the New York City Election Commission, New Yorkers have voted. Although the additional rounds of voting may not be announced until July, given the city’s liberal tendencies, the final Democratic candidate will overwhelmingly defeat any Republican in the November general election.
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