Campaign Roundup: Bill Thompson Sides with Christine Quinn on Ban of Chick-Fil-A

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Chick-Fil-A's sandwich. Via Wiki Commons.

2013 Mayoral Race

Malcolm Smith says he’ll try to win over NYC’s five Republican chairs, who expressed skepticism yesterday about Smith running for mayor as a Republican.

Bill Thompson is siding with Christine Quinn on the need to ban Chick-Fil-A.

U.S. Senate

Wendy Long panned Kirsten Gillibrand’s efforts to reach out to women.


32 BJ is now backing Adriano Espaillat for Senate, after previously backing Charlie Rangel over Espaillat for Congress.

Corey Johnson rolled out a list of 500 endorsements.


Shirley Huntley did not get the backing of 32 BJ in her race with James Sanders.


32 BJ is so far only backing Democrats.

Nan Hayworth merely voted “present” on a congressional abortion ban bill.

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