According to City Comptroller Bill Thompson, he is running for mayor.
“Everybody is saying, ‘I’m seeing you everywhere around the city of New York,’” Mr. Thompson said on April 27 as he sat in a conference room upstairs from his Broadway campaign headquarters, which shares space with state court offices and a dentist. “I think as people start to see more from the campaign, that will have an impact on people.”
Soft-spoken and unfailingly polite, Mr. Thompson promised that in the next week, he will roll out some impressive endorsements, however unnecessary he thinks such endorsements may be.
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