The Public Advocate has his best poll showing yet as former congressman Weiner continues to lose ground.
The council speaker leads with 26 percent among likely primary voters, the paper reported.
Quinn's sharp attack comes after the latest in a series of reports over Thompson's comptrollership.
The board unanimously decided Monday to deny matching funds to Quinn's rival, Comptroller John Liu.
The board declined to award matching funds to Liu's embattled campaign, which has battled fraud charges.
Mark Weprin's donations to key groups and campaigns come ahead of the showdown for speaker next year.
Supporters of the bill are trying to get councilmembers who voted against it to support it.
Funding has been secured to bring sand and surf to Lower Manhattan.
A press conference with a civil rights legend is de Blasio's latest push for the much-needed demographic.
The new stop at the Brooklyn Army Terminal comes ahead of 14 months of planned R train disruptions.
Anthony Weiner has dropped 10 points since his second sexting scandal broke last week.
The long-awaited deal will create additional school seats for West Village and Greenwich Village kids.
Workers from McDonald's, Burger King and other chains rallied to demand better labor conditions.
Councilmembers, including Christine Quinn, are promising the votes to override his veto.
Council Speaker Christine Quinn regained her lead in the wake of Weiner's latest scandal.
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