The five leading candidates held another debate on Thursday night.
It wasn’t much hotter than when the candidates first met.
They went back and forth about the increasing crime in New York City.
Each candidate shared their theory as to why they were the best person to tackle the problem.
Many of the candidates spent time attacking his place of residence after it was discovered that Brooklyn President Eric Adams was crossing the George Washington Bridge.
Adams claimed to live in Brooklyn and spent the night at Rose Hall during last year’s pandemic.
Adams released an EZPass record after a tour of his home in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Wednesday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio does not support the candidate.
The mayor said he would vote for the primary elections on June 22, ahead of early voting.
There is only one debate left and we have settled in this race.
Meanwhile, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s former adviser has jumped to second place in the latest polls in New York City’s election, aiming for the leading candidate Eric Adams.
On Thursday afternoon, Maya Wily claimed to be a clear progressive in the mayoral election.
And a new poll revealed that she soared to second place after Eric Adams after Saturday-like support from Alexandria Ocasio Cortez.
Wily today contrasted her message of targeting Adams and cutting police budgets with Adams, who has focused on law enforcement and crime control.
“What makes me most different from Eric Adams is that I have a plan to not go back to something that didn’t work like Stop and Frisk,” Wily said.
Adams states that stops, questions, and Frisk are effective when used in an appropriate manner for suspected gun owners.
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Early voting will begin in the New York City primary this weekend.Candidates spar in debate
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