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Sharpton said he liked what he heard from the Democratic presidential candidate.

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Person to person contact was especially important in the tight race, the mayor said.

St. George »

The mayor said he's willing to make phone calls or knock on doors to help Clinton win.

Civic Center »

The mayor and his wife are scheduled to leave Friday and return Tuesday.

Lower East Side »

The mayor says his predecessor isn't focused on income inequality, the top issue facing Americans.

Civic Center »

City agencies that get federal funding could see their budgets decided by who's in the White House.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The presidential candidate is expected to address the conference on Tuesday via video conference.

Upper East Side »

Clinton's speech at the Council on Foreign Relations displayed "real leadership." the mayor said.

Civic Center »

The mayor said none of the candidates were interested in his event, but he remains undeterred.

Civic Center »

De Blasio founded the group in April to influence the national presidential debate.

Brooklyn Heights »

Olivia's letter to the presidential candidate has recieved thousands of shares on social media.

Boerum Hill »

Olivia, a 12-year-old Brooklyn student, said in a letter she's a "huge fan" of the candidate.

Brooklyn Heights »

After months of holding out, the mayor's endorsement merited just a mention in a Clinton press release.

Civic Center »

The mayor also said a non-partisan presidential forum to address income inequality is in the works.