2013 mayoral race

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Financial District »

The public advocate contrasted what he said was the governor's tough but respectful approach.

Greenwich Village »

Weiner said he's not afraid to make an unpopular vote for the greater good.

Midtown »

Public advocate de Blasio was arrested during a protest over the possible closing of a Brooklyn hospital.

Civic Center »

The former congressman wants Albany to hand over responsibility for the MTA, taxes and rent laws.

Union Square »

The mayoral hopeful said the proposal is part of a program to combat the city's child obesity rates.

Greenwich Village »

The actor and Greenwich Village resident is throwing his support behind the mayoral candidate.

New York City »

The United Federation of Teachers endorsed former NYC Comptroller Bill Thompson for mayor Wednesday.

New York City »

Anthony Weiner is running a close second behind Christine Quinn, according to a poll released Tuesday.

New York City »

The disgraced former congressman told Newsday a decision was imminent.

Washington Heights »

Salgado hopes that the tiny one-room office is the start of a big swing in the the mayoral race.

Fort Wadsworth »

Councilman James Oddo and Assemblyman Michael Cusick asked candidates to come up with a plan.

New York City »

Vincent Tabone and other GOP leaders were arrested in a bribery scheme to elect Sen. Malcolm Smith mayor.

Fort George »

Quinn's opponents accused the speaker of "bottling up" debate on the paid sick leave controversy.

Upper East Side »

Three mayoral hopefuls said they would block plans for a waste transfer facility on the Upper East Side.

New York City »

Tom Allon, the long-shot GOP mayoral candidate, has dropped out of the race.