Here’s Eric Gioia’s letter to Bill de Blasio, which was sent today, asking him to stop using the Working Families Party’s field operation until he disclosed more information about them.
“Claiming that you have not yet been found in violation of the law is not good enough,” Gioia said, referring to the explanation de Read More
It’s usually the case that everyone attacks the front-runner. But in last night’s public advocate debate – the last televised one before the primary – it was Bill de Blasio who got the incoming fire from the rest of the candidates.
It’s a validation that de Blasio is the most likely to get into the Read More
Here’s another mailer from Bill de Blasio, hitting Mark Green for raising money from developers for his previous races.
De Blasio raised the issue during their prior debate, and this is coming out (into my hands) hours before their next debate later tonight.
It’s the Read More
Mark Green is hovering just shy of the 40 percent he needs to avoid a run-off, according to the latest USA Survey poll of likely voters, conducted from August 28 to September 1.
Bill de Blasio gained 4 points, and is now at 23 percent. Eric Gioia, who overtook Norman Siegel, gained 3 points Read More
Bill de Blasio defended his campaign mailings featuring his wife, who is African-American, that Charles Barron said are exploitative and pandering to black voters.
“We have sent the mailings with my family to every part of the city, every community and I’m very proud of my family,” he told reporters outside City Hall this Read More
Mark Green rolled out endorsements from veteran Democratic congressmen John Conyers and Henry Waxman.
Conyers is the second-highest ranking member of the House, and an African-American. Recently, Green came under criticism from a Bill de Blasio supporter who pointed up the fact that Green ran a racially divisive mayoral campaign in 2001.
Here’s the latest mailing from Bill de Blasio, which hits Mark Green for agreeing to allow Rudy Giuliani to stay in office after his term expired in the immediate aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
The piece also equates Giuliani’s push to stay on after his term expired with Read More
While picking up the endorsement of feminist Gloria Steinem and the National Organization of Women’s New York City chapter, Mark Green said that he was continuing to run a “relentlessly positive campaign.”
Then he went on the offensive.
While standing on the City Hall steps flanked by supporters, Green attacked unnamed opponents for not Read More
It was impossible not to notice Bill de Blasio’s aggressive posture toward Mark Green during Friday’s debate. But afterward, de Blasio said he was just asking simple questions.
“I simply said, ‘What are you doing for your brother? Why did you earn hundreds of thousands of dollars? What was your job?’ and Read More
Before The Times endorsed Bill de Blasio for public advocate, the candidate to beat (and probably still is) was Mark Green.
On Friday, during the first official, and televised, debate, de Blasio went after Green repeatedly for Green’s work with his brother’s real estate company, and for “caving” to Rudy Giuliani after 2001 Read More