Last Call

These daily disclosures of campaign spending continue to yield interesting tidbits.

One is that major real estate developers appear to have noticed that Scott Stringer, the Democratic nominee for Manhattan Borough President, is about to have a say over their projects, and are responding accordingly.

The last few days show contributions totalling $13,500 from developers Peter Kalikow (who runs the MTA on the side), Harry and William Macklowe, and Stanley Chera.

Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, one David Levner has demonstrated some serious faith in Green Party Borough President candidate Gloria Mattera by floating her a $20,000 loan.

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