Campaign Roundup: NYC Council to Hold Hearing on Problems with Rangel-Espaillat Race

Written by City & State on . Posted in Politics.


Manhattan

The NYC Council will hold an oversight hearing on problems in the Rangel-Espaillat race.

The straight owner of a gay bar is running for Sen. Tom Duane’s seat – typically thought to be a “gay” seat.

Bronx

Gustavo Rivera slammed the socially conservative positions of his opponent, Manny Tavarez.

Public Advocate

Noah Gotbaum elaborated on his plans to possibly run for the office.

Brooklyn

Hakeem Jeffries’ congressional campaign has raised more than $1.2 million.

Elsewhere

Another candidate has jumped in the GOP primary against Republican State Sen. Roy McDonald.

Steve Saland’s primary challenger has struggled to fundraise.

Greg Ball’s opponent has $210K.

Nan Hayworth’s first TV ad contained a not-so-subtle swipe at Sean Patrick Maloney.

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