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If you’re spending this evening behind a computer screen for some reason, city politics is taking another small step toward the Internet tonight. will be doing a live Web cast, hosted by Dana Tyler and Jim Rosenfield, 9:00 -10:15 p.m., their PR person writes:

“You’ll see live segments from reporters at headquarters for all the mayoral candidates, analysis from a pollster on our news set and New York’s first ‘insta-blog’… online color commentary from a city hall political analyst.”

They’ll also automatically have the poll numbers on the site the instant they come in.

And after all that, Kirtzman.

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