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Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang is discussing plans for the New York City mayoral election with local leaders, sources say.

New York (WABC)-Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is discussing plans for the mayoral elections in New York City with local leaders, sources told Eyewitness News.

American entrepreneur and philanthropist Yang is not expected to announce his bid until next month, as originally reported in the New York Times.

Within seven months of the Democratic primary, Yang will be the second Asian-American candidate to run for mayor and vote.

JP Morgan executive Arthur Chan is also planning to do so.

In 2013, New York State Senator John Liu became a candidate for the Mayor of New York instead of running for re-election as a Comptroller.

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Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang is discussing plans for the New York City mayoral election with local leaders, sources say.

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