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New York City has embarked on the biggest ranked-choice voting election in American history with the Democratic primary for mayor on Tuesday. Plenty of New Yorkers are looking for advice on how to fill out their ballots to help their favorite candidates — or to try to block other candidates they don’t want in City Hall. As a longtime planner and champion of ranked-choice voting, I’ve pulled together some guidance for marking your ballot for a variety of scenarios involving the mayoral candidates, in particular Eric Adams, Maya Wiley, Kathryn Garcia, Andrew Yang and Scott Stringer. Among the upsides: In Tuesday’s primaries, races up and down the ballot have multiple candidates of color and women, and in ranked-choice voting, none of them have to worry about split votes. This helps to explain why RepresentWomen and FairVote show sharply rising success for underrepresented candidates.
Persons: I’ve, Eric Adams, Maya Wiley, Kathryn Garcia, Andrew Yang, Scott Stringer Organizations: Democratic Locations: York City, Plenty, City Hall, Maine
New York City police often face few consequences for violating use-of-force guidelines. Using lawsuit data from Capstat.nyc and recently published data from the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB), Insider found thousands of cases where police allegedly broke department guidelines and the prohibitions around stop-and-frisk. Meanwhile, as the New York Times reported in 2021, police unions oppose even minor reforms; major New York City unions sued after the city instituted a ban on chokeholds. NYPD officers at a protest following the killing of George Floyd on May 31, 2020 in New York City. But according to CCRB data, 18 officers have been accused of conducting a body cavity search since 2018, and only one of those officers faced disciplinary consequences.
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Eight candidates to be the next mayor of New York City — the country's largest metropolis — sparred over housing, homelessness and education Wednesday evening in the third and final debate before next week's Democratic primary. Whoever wins the primary Tuesday is likely to win the Nov. 2 general election, given the city's large Democratic voter base. However, turnout tends to be low in New York City primaries. The two-hour live, in-person debate was moderated by NBC New York, Telemundo, Politico, the Citizens Budget Commission and the New York Urban League. All but three raised their hands in support; Stringer, Morales and Wiley said no.
Persons: Kathryn Garcia, Raymond McGuire, Dianne Morales, McGuire, Morales, Maya Wiley, Eric Adams, Adams, Andrew Yang, Scott Stringer, Yang, Stringer, Wiley, Bill de Blasio, he'd, Garcia, Shaun Donovan Organizations: Democratic, Elections, New Yorkers, NBC New, Telemundo, Politico, Citizens Budget Commission, New York Urban League, Former, Change Research, Wiley Locations: New York City, NBC New York, Brooklyn Borough, New York
(Reuters) - The eight leading candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for New York City mayor exchanged jabs on Wednesday over public safety, housing and homelessness at the final televised debate before Tuesday’s primary election. Adams piled on, calling Yang’s plan “Monopoly money.”Much of the debate’s early clashes focused on public safety, which has been the No. 1 issue during the campaign thanks to a spike in violent crime around the city. Adams, Yang and former sanitation chief Kathryn Garcia, considered more moderate candidates, have proposed beefing up the police department in response. Adams, Wiley, Garcia and Yang are widely seen as the top four candidates, based on public polling.
Persons: Tuesday’s, Eric Adams, Adams, Andrew Yang, Yang, Scott Stringer, Kathryn Garcia, – Maya Wiley, Dianne Morales, Stringer –, Representative Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Garcia, Wiley Organizations: Reuters, Democratic, New York City, , MSNBC, Wiley, U.S, Representative Locations: Brooklyn
"Yes, mentally ill people have rights, but you know who else have rights? "Yes, mentally ill people have rights, but you know who else have rights? "We have the right to walk the street and not fear for our safety because a mentally ill person is going to lash out at us." Half of the attacks on Asian New Yorkers have been by the mentally ill. They're walking around, they're mentally ill, they see someone who's different, and then they lash out.
Persons: Andrew Yang, Yang, they're, Scott Stringer Organizations: Wednesday, Democratic New York Locations: Democratic New York City
New York City Mayoral Candidates Spar in Heated Final Debate
  + stars: | 2021-06-16 | by ( Katie Honan | ) www.wsj.com + 0.86   time to read: +1 min
New York City mayoral candidates came out swinging in the final Democratic debate before the June 22 primary, lacing into one another over their plans for reducing crime and improving quality of life after the Covid-19 pandemic. Thursday night’s televised debate featured the top eight Democratic candidates and capped weeks of intense campaigning and attacks on the front-runners. The candidates made their pitch for why they should lead the city while taking flak from their opponents. City Comptroller Scott Stringer, who has highlighted his government experience while campaigning, ridiculed Mr. Yang for not having any sense of the cost of such a plan. “Not one specific idea, not one specific plan.”Throughout the two-hour debate, the candidates tried to differentiate themselves on a range of topics, from the desegregation of schools to affordable housing.
Persons: Andrew Yang, Scott Stringer, Mr, Yang, , Organizations: Democratic Locations: York City
, forRep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted a video backing NYC mayoral candidate Maya Wiley on Wednesday. Ranked choice voting is new to this year's race, and early voting is underway. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez released a video on Wednesday detailing her endorsement of Democratic New York City mayoral candidate Maya Wiley. With less than a week to go before the city's Democratic primary, early voting is already underway, and the crowded field is further complicated by the city's debut of ranked choice voting. Ocasio-Cortez appeared with Wiley at a campaign rally outside City Hall in Manhattan last week to announce that Wiley would be her first choice of candidates in the city's new ranked-choice electoral system.
Persons: Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Maya Wiley, Wiley, Eric Adams, Andrew Yang, Kathryn Garcia, Yang, pollsters, Scott Stringer's, Stringer Organizations: Rep, Wiley, Democratic New York, Democratic, Brooklyn Borough, Democrat, City, New, — Marist College, Siena College, Quinnipiac University —, Marist, WNBC, Telemundo, Politico, New York Locations: Alexandria, Democratic New York City, Brooklyn, City Hall, Manhattan, New, Ocasio
Mr. Adams defended himself, saying that he would not allow stop and frisk to be used to abuse people. “Mentally ill homeless men are changing the character of our neighborhoods,” said Mr. Yang, who lives near Times Square. Later on in the debate, Mr. Yang returned to his original point. After Ms. Wiley criticized Mr. Adams on stop and frisk, Mr. McGuire and Ms. Morales got into a dispute over the defund-the-police movement. Mr. Yang criticized Mr. Adams for once telling off-duty officers to take their guns to churches to keep them safe.
Persons: Emma Fitzsimmons, Eric Adams, Andrew Yang, Adams, Yang, “ Eric’s, ” Mr, Maya Wiley, Bill de Blasio, Mr, I’ve, , Raymond J, McGuire, Kathryn Garcia, Garcia, Scott Stringer, Dianne Morales, Wiley, Stringer, Ms, Shams DaBaron, ” Ms, , Raymond McGuire, Yang’s, Morales, Michael R, Andrew M, Cuomo, Mario, Moynihan Organizations: Democratic, New, City Hall, Credit, WNBC, NYC Campaign Finance, Public, Wall Street, Yorkers, Bloomberg, Hudson Yards, Gov, Moynihan Train, Pennsylvania Locations: New York City, New York, Brooklyn, The Lucerne, Tappan, Rikers
Democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Maya Wiley speaks to voters and media while campaigning at the Co-op City housing complex in the Bronx borough of New York City, New York, U.S., June 7, 2021. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File PhotoFor months, a trio of liberal Democratic candidates in New York City's mayoral race has vied for the mantle of progressive standard-bearer in a crowded field. "New York is not a progressive city," said Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University. "We know there are a lot of Democratic voters who call themselves progressive and support progressive values but think AOC is a little too far left." "She's clearly the progressive candidate that can win in this race," said Gabby Seay, the political director for the union, which represents healthcare workers.
Persons: New York City Mayor Maya Wiley, Mike Segar, Maya Wiley, Representative Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Elizabeth Warren of, Jumaane Williams, , Andrew Yang, Eric Adams, Kathryn Garcia, Wiley, Adams, Rudy Giuliani, Michael Bloomberg, Bill de Blasio, Christina Greer, Scott Stringer, Dianne Morales, Stringer, Morales, Sochie Nnaemeka, Gabby Seay Organizations: Democratic, New York City Mayor, REUTERS, MSNBC, U.S, Representative, Working Families Party, Brooklyn Borough, New York Police, NYPD, Republican, Democrat, Fordham University, City Hall, Service Employees International Union, Thomson Locations: Bronx, New York City , New York, U.S, New York, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Brooklyn, York
New York City Mayoral Candidates to Debate Ahead of Early Voting
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Katie Honan | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.77   time to read: +1 min
The top five Democratic candidates in the race to be the next mayor of New York City will face off Thursday night in a televised debate two days before early voting begins. Ms. Wiley was ranked as the top choice by 17% of the voters, the poll showed. The primary will take place on June 22 but early voting begins at select polling locations on Saturday. The primary will be the first time ranked-choice voting will be used in a citywide race. With Democrats vastly outnumbering Republicans in New York City, the winner of the Democratic primary is considered the favorite to be the next mayor.
Persons: Eric Adams, Maya Wiley, Bill de Blasio, Alexandria Ocasio, Adams, Wiley, Andrew Yang, Kathryn Garcia, Scott Stringer Organizations: Democratic, Brooklyn Borough, U.S . Rep, Emerson College, PIX11, Sanitation, WCBS Locations: New York City, Alexandria, Cortez
Eric Adams, the former NYPD captain and president of the Borough of Brooklyn, answered questions about his residency status on Wednesday, allowing local reporters to tour his Central Brooklyn home. "If I'm not at Borough Hall, I'm here," Adams, a Democrat, told reporters inside his ground-floor, red-brick home. The tour came after a Politico New York report raised serious questions about Adams' main residency, which is a requirement to be mayor of the city. Adams said he has used the New Jersey property occasionally but said the Brooklyn home is his main residence. Adams, who has criticized Yang, saying he left the city during the pandemic, was joined by his 25-year-old son, Jordan, during the tour.
Persons: Eric Adams, Adams, Tracey Collins, , ” Adams, Maya Wiley, Bill de Blasio, Andrew Yang, Kathryn Garcia, Scott Stringer, Shaun Donovan, Raymond McGuire, Dianne Morales, Yang, Jordan, I've, ” McGuire, , Garcia, Wiley Organizations: NYPD, Central Brooklyn, Borough Hall, Politico, Brooklyn Borough, Democratic, GOP, Rep, Bronx ., Former City, New York Daily News Locations: Borough, Brooklyn, York, New Jersey, City of New York, New York City, Alexandria, Queens, Bronx
Mayor Debate Live Updates: Candidates Respond to Eric Adams Residency Controversy The other leading Democratic candidates took on Eric Adams, who has faced questions about whether he lives in New York or New Jersey. Credit... Jordan Gale for The New York Times Scott M. Stringer, the city comptroller, has worked in and around politics and government for decades. Mr. Adams had initially said he would not attend the debate, but changed his mind on Thursday. Here are some of the ways you can watch and follow the debate: The New York Times will carry a stream of the debate on its live blog. Reporters from The New York Times will provide commentary and analysis throughout the hour.
Persons: Eric Adams, Sarah Blesener, Michael M, Dave Sanders, Brittainy Newman, James Estrin, New York Times Eric Adams, Adams, Read, Scott Stringer, Jordan Gale, The New York Times Scott M, Stringer, Eliot Spitzer, Kathryn Garcia, Michelle V, Bill de Blasio’s, Garcia, Garcia’s, Wiley, Maya Wiley, Hilary Swift, Bill de Blasio, , de Blasio’s, Andrew Yang, New York Times Andrew Yang, Yang, Michael R, Scott M, Yang’s, “ Yang, , MC Jin, Adams’s, I’ve, Bryan Clampitt, Mr, Marcia Kramer, Mark Lennihan, Maurice DuBois, Ms, Kramer, Bill Clinton, , Hillary Clinton, Bennett Raglin, DuBois, Andrew M, Cuomo, Cynthia Nixon, Shaun Donovan, Karsten Moran, Maya, Raymond J, McGuire, Dianne Morales, Mike Nelson, Donovan’s, Brendan McPhillips, Donovan, Morales Organizations: Democratic, The New York Times, Getty, New York Times, Police Department, Yorkers, New York City’s Democratic, Gov, Credit, New York, The Daily News, Sanitation Department, Deal, MSNBC, Bloomberg, CBS, Supporters, CBS Broadcast Center, Chelsea, CBS . Credit, Associated, WCBS, City Hall, The New York Daily News, U.S . Senate, National Urban Technology, The New York, Wall Street, YouTube Locations: New York, New Jersey, Image, Brooklyn, New, Manhattan, York, , Albany, Queens
New York’s Second Chance
  + stars: | 2021-06-08 | by ( Jonathan Mahler | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +73 min
I didn’t even feel it when Dr. Chester pierced my arm.”New York was about to get a second chance. Wall Street boomed and property values soared, drawing foreign investors who parked their fortunes in constantly appreciating New York City real estate. Mayor Bill de Blasio, now in his second and final term, has proposed the biggest budget in New York City history. Of the 100 biggest school districts in America, New York City’s school system already spends the most per capita. The mayoral candidate Kathryn Garcia, formerly the commissioner for the New York City Sanitation Department, pulled ahead in the polls in late May.
Persons: Jonathan Mahler, Jorge Colombo, Sandra Lindsay, Margaret Murphy, Yorkers, Yorker —, Peter Foley, Lindsay, , , don’t, Onisis Stefas, ” Stefas, ” Joe Kemp, Andrew Cuomo, Spencer Platt, Gareth Rhodes, Lindsay’s, Michelle Chester, ” Lindsay, Cuomo, Chester, Spike Lee, Fiorello La Guardia, Michael Bloomberg, James Parrott, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, ” John Moore, Mario Cuomo, Ronald Reagan’s “, Bill de Blasio, There’s, George Floyd, Donald Trump, I’ve, it’s, wasn’t, Robert Moses ’, Robert Moses, New, Louis Pfohl, Moses, Pfohl, Paula Kirby, Paula Kirby’s, Paula Kirby Kirby, Kirby, , Andrew Yang, Biden, “ We’ve, homeownership, you’re, who’s, Court’s Brown, Richard Carranza, Carranza, Robert Jackson, Jackson, Jude Domski, Bloomberg’s, ” Carranza, Roger Starr, We’d, Monxo, hospitalizations, López, Barbara Corcoran, Monxo López, hasn’t, ” López, Brad Lander, Major Deegan, Raj Chetty, Andy Grove, ” Dara Byrne, John Jay, Dara Byrne, Dara Byrne Byrne, It’s, John Jay’s, ” Byrne, Byrne, We’re, Kathryn Wylde, Paul Singer, hadn’t, Nick Langworthy, Blasio, De Blasio, ” de Blasio, Ed Koch, Bella Abzug, Koch, Dan Goodrich, Eric Adams, Adams, Ron Adar, He’s, Scott Stringer, Maya Wiley, Dianne Morales, de Blasio, Yang, Abner Louima, Jasmine Clarke, there’s, Kathryn Garcia, Damon Winter, Queens . Adams, Garcia, Ray McGuire, Morales, Abraham E Organizations: Jewish Medical Center, Drug Administration, Pfizer, The New York Times, Yorker, Manhattan Community College, Lenox Hill Hospital, Northwell, Kennedy Airport, UPS, Long, Jewish, Gov, Getty, Knicks, New York State’s, Yorkers, Fiorello La, Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, Topical Press Agency, Developers, Bioscience, Wall, Bloomberg, New, Center, New York City Affairs, Mayor, Convention, Hall, City Council, City Hall, U.S, Business, Prada, Amazon, Kirby, New York State, Democratic, Associated Press, New York’s Board, Education, Office, Community School Board, hypercompetitive Stuyvesant High School, Schools, South, Irish, City University of New, Rights Watch, Piano, Department of Housing, Urban, Port, Land Stewards, Cooper, Land Trust, East, Health, Major, Department of Transportation, Free Academy of, City College, CUNY, Semitic Ivy League, Jewish Harvard, Puerto Rican, Professional Staff Congress, , Ivy League, Intel, Andy, John, John Jay College of Criminal, College of Police, New York Police Department, World Trade, Howard University, , The Daily News, Partnership, Street Journal, Republican Party, Budget Commission, Newsday, Getty Images, American University, Republican, White, The Times, Sanitation Department, New York, Citigroup, Upper, Smithsonian Institution Locations: York, Long, Queens, New York, America, New York City, Jamaica, Forest Hills, Kalamazoo, Mich, Louisville, Ky, , Forest, Northwell’s, United States, ” New York, Madison, Immigration, Washington, Central Harlem, , Cuomo’s Queens, It’s, Hudson, Iowa, Flushing , Queens, Pfohl’s, Long Island, Anable, Long Island City, City, rancorous, Anable Basin, Kirby, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queensbridge, Houston, San Francisco, Black, Lower Manhattan, America , New York, New, South Bronx, Latin America, Africa, New York State, Bronx, Mott Haven, Puerto Rico, City University of New York, Harlem, Romina, Port Morris, East Harlem, City of New York, York City, Albany, Florida, Yorks, South Jamaica, Brownsville, Brooklyn’s, Fort Greene , Brooklyn, Bedford, Stuyvesant, SoHo, Yorkers, Queens ., Queens — Jamaica, Howard Beach, Canarsie, Stringer, Hunts, Tribalism, Dubuque , Iowa
New York City will have a new mayor as Bill de Blasio hits his term limit. Controversies and notable items: Since launching his mayoral campaign, Yang has been under much heavier scrutiny than he faced while running for president. Eric AdamsBrooklyn Borough President and Democratic New York City mayoral candidate Eric Adams. Dianne MoralesNonprofit executive and Democratic New York City mayoral candidate Dianne Morales. Shaun DonovanNew York City mayoral candidate Shaun Donovan.
Persons: Bill de Blasio, pollsters —, Marist —, Andrew Yang, Eric Adams jockeying, Kathryn Garcia, Mark Lennihan, Yang, Davis, Kaplan, Tusk, Bradley Tusk, Eric Adams, Andrew Katz, John Jay, Adams, Spencer Platt, Garcia, Dianne Morales, Morales, Member Carlos Menchaca, Hunter Walker, Walker, Scott Stringer, de, Gracie, Stringer, Jerry Nadler, de Blasio, endorsers, Adriano Espaillat, Maya Wiley, Donald Trump's, Robert Mueller's, George Wiley, Wiley, Dermot Shea, Hakeem Jeffries, Alexandria Ocasio, Ray McGuire, McGuire, Wasserstein Perella, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Michael Bloomberg, Gregory Meeks of, Jay, Gwen Carr, Eric Garner, Shaun Donovan, Andrew Lichtenstein, Harvard University —, Bill Clinton, Donovan, Barack Obama, Obama Organizations: Democratic, New, Quinnipiac, Marist, Brooklyn Borough, NYC, The New York Times, New York Daily News, Andrew Yang Democratic, AP, IBM, Philips Exeter Academy, Brown University, Polk, Columbia University, Manhattan Prep, Venture for America, Bank, Rivals, Eric Adams Brooklyn Borough, Democratic New York, Pacific Press, Getty, Black Brooklyn Borough, Bayside High School, New York City College of Technology, John, John Jay College of Criminal, Marist College, New York Times, Kathryn Garcia Democratic New York, Stuyvesant High School, University of Wisconsin, Department of Sanitation, Department of Environmental, Environmental, Water Supply, Waste Equity Law, The New York Times Editorial Board, Phipps, SUNY, SUNY Stony Brook, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Latina, Member, Police, Fund, NYPD, The, Reuters, Gracie Mansion, Upper West Side, Intercept, Maya Wiley Democratic New York, NBC News, MSNBC, Dartmouth College, Columbia Law School, NAACP, Milano School of Policy, Management, New School, Deal, Progress, New York City Housing Authority, Democratic Reps, Citigroup, Hotchkiss School, Harvard University, Boston, Credit Suisse, Wall, Brooklyn, Shaun Donovan New York, Community Preservation Corporation, Multifamily Housing, Department of Housing, Urban Development, New York City Department of Housing Preservation, Development, Housing, Budget, Hurricane, Force Locations: York, pollsters — Siena, Brooklyn, Schenectady , New York, New York City, Somers, America, New Hampshire, Eric Adams Brooklyn, Democratic New York City, Brownsville , Brooklyn, Queens, New, Adams, Kathryn Garcia Democratic New York City, Yorker, Madison, New York, South Bronx, SUNY Stony, Brooklyn's Bedford, Stuyvesant, de Blasio, Manhattan, Maya Wiley Democratic New York City, Deal New York, Alexandria, Cortez, Dayton , Ohio, Connecticut, Boston, Shaun Donovan New York City
In a weak field, Kathryn Garcia stands out as the candidate best prepared to run New York City. In a race that was supposed to be a clash between progressive and moderate visions for the city, Garcia has been managing to sidestep that fight with a message about competence. "Garcia gets it done" is her slogan, and she's widely praised for her track record as a manager in unglamorous city agencies including sanitation, environmental protection, and the New York City Housing Authority. Garcia does not have a lot of charisma, nor does she have an especially grand ideological vision. For eight years, New York City has had a mayor who seems bored.
Persons: Kathryn Garcia, Bill de Blasio, Garcia, Andrew Yang, Yang, Eric Adams, Adams, She's, Blasio, Nick Fox, Brent Staples, — Staples, Emerson, York City's, , Scott Stringer, Maya Wiley, Dianne Morales, he's, Morales, Ray McGuire, Shaun Donovan, hasn't, Biden, they're, Ed Koch, Rudy Giuliani, Linette Lopez, Moses Gates Organizations: New, New York Democratic, New York City Housing Authority, The New York Times, Daily, NYPD, New York Times, Police, Democratic, Emerson, Queens, Co Locations: New York City, New York, Brooklyn, unglamorous, York, Blasio's New York, City
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has endorsed civil rights attorney Maya Wiley for New York City mayor. In endorsing Wiley, Ocasio-Cortez said that "we need a city by and for working people." The endorsement could give Wiley a major boost over the other progressive candidates in the race. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, one of the most prominent progressive voices in the country, on Saturday endorsed Maya Wiley in the New York City mayoral race, imploring voters to "come together as a movement." "If we don't come together as a movement, we will get a New York City built by and for billionaires, and we need a city by and for working people," Ms. Ocasio-Cortez said.
Persons: Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Maya Wiley, Wiley, Bill de Blasio, Ocasio, it's, Scott Stringer, Dianne Morales, Stringer, Morales, Eric Adams, Andrew Yang, Kathryn Garcia Organizations: New York City, Wiley, NBC News, MSNBC, Democratic, City Hall, New, Congressional, Brooklyn Borough Locations: Alexandria, New, Ocasio, Cortez, City, Manhattan, New York City, Bronx, Queens
Can the Next Mayor Make New York Safe Again?
  + stars: | 2021-06-04 | by ( Mene Ukueberuwa | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +12 min
“We need a plainclothes unit to go after illegal guns,” Mr. Adams says, adding that he’d fund it by eliminating clerical jobs in the department. We hired them to go after violent crime.”Like his opponents, Mr. Adams opposes widespread stop and frisk. “It is unconscionable that three out of four shooters are still on the loose in Brooklyn.”Mr. Yang’s critics, including Mr. Adams, write him off as unserious. That’s the case for many attendees at an Asian-American rally for Mr. Adams in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens on a Sunday morning. Mr. Jiang notes that many Chinese residents of Flushing support Mr. Yang, whose parents immigrated to the U.S. from Taiwan.
Persons: Bill de Blasio, Rudy Giuliani, Michael Bloomberg, Michael LiPetri, de Blasio, Giuliani, Ray Kelly, Eric Adams, he’s, Frederick Douglass, Mr, Adams, , Adams’s, Avi Cotter, , Cotter, Maria Danzilo, de, defunding, I’ve, Maya Wiley, Eric, isn’t, Andrew Yang, Debra L, Rothenberg, Yang, pare, Wiley, Scott Stringer, who’ve, ” Mr, Sonia Gordon, Gordon, Peter Koo, “ Eric Adams, Jim Jiang, Jiang, Messrs . Yang, Kathryn Garcia, Williams, falters, Sally Gonzalez, — Giuliani, Tova Schiff, Ms, Gonzalez, Schiff, “ Giuliani, Garcia, Spencer Platt, Messrs, Emerson, Stringer, Garcia’s, hasn’t, Ukueberuwa Organizations: New York City Police Department’s, City, Times, Democratic, NYPD, Frederick Douglass Houses, heckler, NY1, West Side, City Council, Yorkers, Zuma, Life Christian, Mr, University of Connecticut, Messrs, Emerson College, Bloomberg, Williams Plaza, Former New York, Republican, United Federation of Teachers, Sanitation Department, Teamsters, Service Employees International Union, Transport Workers Union, Hotel, New York Democrats Locations: York, Washington, Greenwich, Brooklyn, , Wednesday’s, Manhattan, , Bronx, South Bronx, Flushing, Queens, Taiwan, Brooklyn’s Williamsburg, City Hall, Former New York City, New York
Scott Stringer Is Accused of Sexual Misconduct by 2nd Woman
  + stars: | 2021-06-04 | by ( Katie Glueck | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Five weeks after an allegation of unwanted sexual advances upended Scott M. Stringer’s New York City mayoral campaign, a second woman is accusing him of sexual harassment and making unwanted advances when she said she worked for Mr. Stringer nearly three decades ago. The woman, Teresa Logan, said that she was a waitress and tended bar at Uptown Local, an establishment on the Upper West Side that was co-founded and run in part by Mr. Stringer. The first interactions, she said, took place in the spring of 1992, when Mr. Stringer was 32 and she was 18. Image Teresa Logan in 1992. In a statement, Mr. Stringer, 61 and now the city comptroller, said he had “no memory” of Ms. Logan, now 47.
Persons: upended Scott M, Stringer’s, Stringer, Teresa Logan, Logan Organizations: Uptown Local Locations: York City
The leading Democratic contenders for New York City mayor, former presidential candidate Andrew Yang and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, faced harsh attacks from each other and a half dozen rivals during a televised debate on Wednesday. "We know that you've been investigated for corruption everywhere you've gone," Yang said, calling Adams "unprincipled." 1/3 Andrew Yang, Democratic candidate for mayor of New York City, speaks during a rally against Asian hate crimes following the May 31, 2021 unprovoked attack on a 55 year old Asian woman, in Manhattan's Chinatown district of New York City, U.S., June 2, 2021. Yang responded by defending his experience as a surrogate for national Democrats, including President Joe Biden, during last year's election. The candidates spent much of the two-hour debate clashing over policing and crime, with polls showing public safety is voters’ top concern.
Persons: Andrew Yang, Eric Adams, Yang, Scott Stringer, Maya Wiley, Yang –, , you've, Adams, Shannon Stapleton Read, Joe Biden, Kathryn Garcia, , Stringer, Dianne Morales Organizations: Democratic, New York City, Brooklyn Borough, Republican, MSNBC, Adams, REUTERS, Democrats, Thomson Locations: Brooklyn, New York City, Manhattan's Chinatown, U.S, New York
If she wins the June 22 Democratic primary, Morales could become the first woman and first Hispanic elected mayor. NYC mayoral candidate Dianne Morales dances salsa in an outdoors dance class in the Bronx, N.Y. Nicole Acevedo / NBC NewsThe former nonprofit executive left her job in 2019 to run for mayor. “There's so much trauma from Covid that people are anxious to just kind of move on.” But is not just the Covid-19 pandemic, Morales said. Edwin Gano / Dianne Morales Campaign“My story is all too familiar to poor people, single mothers, Black and Brown people and immigrants,” she tweeted alongside the statement. Morales also has the lowest average donation of any candidate, a sign of grassroots support, according to a Politico analysis.
Persons: Dianne Morales, George Floyd’s, George Floyd, ” Morales, , Morales, , Sonora Carruseles ’, “ Micaela, Nicole Acevedo, Bill de, “ I've, Eric Adams, Andrew Yang, Maya Wiley, Scott Stringer, Doña Rosa, , Mike Bloomberg, Edwin Gano, Brown Organizations: NBC News, Latina, New York City, Democratic, NBC, Phipps, Community School, Human Services, New, Brooklyn, New York, Stony Brook University, Harvard University, Columbia University, Department of Education’s, Youth Development, Yorkers, City, Department of Education, Mayor, Politico, Facebook, Twitter Locations: York City, Bronx, Sonora, Puerto Rican, New York City, New, Brooklyn
A poll of 570 likely Democratic voters conducted by Emerson College and PIX11 News found 21% had selected Ms. Garcia as their top choice. A poll by lobbying firm Fontas Advisors and Core Decision Analytics showed Mr. Adams leading, with 13%. Mr. Adams had support from 20% of voters, and Mr. Yang from 16%, according to the poll. PREVIEWA spokesman for Mr. Yang said the polls go up and down but the enthusiasm of his supporters has stayed high. In the Fontas poll, Ms. Garcia and Mr. Yang each received 8% of the vote.
Persons: Kathryn Garcia, Eric Adams, Garcia, Adams, Ms, Andrew Yang, Yang, Scott Stringer, Monika Hansen, Tyler Blint, Mr, , George Fontas, Katie Honan Organizations: Sanitation, Brooklyn Borough, Democratic, Emerson College, PIX11, Fontas Advisors, New York, New York Times, New York Daily News, News, New Locations: New York City
NYC mayoral hopeful Andrew Yang held a press conference dedicated to anti-Asian hate on Tuesday. Yang responded to a New York Daily News cartoon of him in Times Square and a recent subway attack. He also warned campaign rivals over taking advantage of an "anti-Asian sentiment" in the city. Yang specifically referenced a spokesman for City Comptroller Scott Stringer saying "We welcome Andrew Yang to the mayor's race — and to New York City" back in January, but otherwise refrained from calling out any competitors directly. The borough president's campaign also released a statement earlier in the race, saying, "Eric doesn't need a tour of Brownsville.
Persons: Andrew Yang, Yang, Evelyn, Scott Stringer, Kathryn Garcia, Eric Adams, Adams, Eric doesn't Organizations: New York Daily News, Democratic New York, Yorker, Brooklyn, Big, New York Times Locations: New York, Queens, New York City, Brownsville
When New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer announced last September he was running for mayor, he was widely considered the Democratic front-runner, positioning himself as the progressive candidate with a long history of public service and the managerial experience needed to lead an economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. Nine months later and with a June 22 primary approaching, Mr. Stringer’s campaign hasn’t picked up the steam it hoped. Mr. Stringer’s campaign has also been clouded by sexual-misconduct accusations from a lobbyist who said he groped her and made other unwanted advances two decades ago, when she was a 30-year-old volunteering on his unsuccessful 2001 campaign for public advocate. The lobbyist, Jean Kim, last month filed an official complaint with the New York state attorney general’s office, asking it to investigate her allegations. A spokeswoman for the office said it reviewed the complaint and determined it lacks jurisdiction to investigate.
Persons: Scott Stringer, hasn’t, Eric Adams, Andrew Yang —, Jean Kim Organizations: New York, Democratic, — Brooklyn, New Locations: New York
McDonald's shareholders approved reelecting all of the company's board members during its annual meeting based on preliminary results. McDonald's recommended that shareholders reelect all of its board. "The Board maintains an active and engaged dialogue with our shareholders and other stakeholders," McDonald's said in a statement to CNBC on Wednesday. "The Board believes that there should be a balance of institutional knowledge and fresh perspectives among its Directors and remains committed to ongoing Board refreshment." Despite the ongoing tensions, McDonald's shares have gained nearly 9% this year, bring its market value to $179.88 billion.
Persons: Steve Easterbrook, Scott Stringer, Stringer, Glass Lewis, reelecting Enrique Hernandez, Richard Lenny, Eaton Vance, Neuberger Berman, Lenny, NOA, Lewis, McDonald's Organizations: CtW Investment, New York, New York City, Investments, Eaton Vance , Florida State Board of Administration, California Public Employees, Norges Bank Investment Management, National Owner's Association, CNBC, Kalinowski Equity Research Locations: New, Eaton Vance , Florida, California
New York City Democratic mayoral candidate Andrew Yang stumbled in a Q&A on Thursday. Yang pitched a homeless shelter program for domestic violence survivors that already exists. At a Prospect Lefferts Gardens event on Thursday, New York City mayoral hopeful Andrew Yang raised eyebrows from the Gotham press corps when he made a pair of blunders. During a media availability in front of a subway station near Prospect Park, Yang said he would like to implement a shelter program for those fleeing domestic violence. The 1976 carve-out keeps disciplinary records for city police officers confidential, as well as those for firefighters and corrections officers.
Persons: Andrew Yang, Yang, Bill de Blasio's, Julia Marsh, Scott Stringer, Chris Coffey, Yang's, Stringer, Eric Adams Organizations: York, York City Democratic, Gotham, New York Civil Rights, New York Post, Brooklyn Borough Locations: York City, , New York, Prospect
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