Stringer took a dig at the mayor during his announcement, imploring voters to “bring leadership back to City Hall and build a city for everyone.”
“As A Jewish American, I stand with the Muslim community, because today and every day in New York City, we are one people,” Scott Stringer said.
Success Academy disputed the findings in Stringer’s report, telling The New York Times that the report represented “political grandstanding.”
Eliot Spitzer, trying to rebound from a sex scandal that cost him the New York governorship, promised to work for a dollar a year while his opponent tried to sing a chorus from David Bowie’s “Heroes” as part of Wednesday’s debate between the two Democratic candidates for New York City’s comptroller.
Eliot Spitzer’s rival in the Democratic race for New York City comptroller repeatedly raised the prostitution scandal that forced Spitzer to resign as New York’s governor during Friday’s televised debate, despite having vowed to avoid it.
Disgraced politicians Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner are frontrunners in their comeback races, a poll released on Monday showed, with most voters more forgiving about sexual misconduct than financial corruption.
Jewish Democrats are sticking with Mr. Clean over Client No. 9. In other words, they favor Scott Stringer ahead of Eliot Spitzer in the race for New York City Comptroller.
If elected New York City comptroller, Eliot Spitzer has vowed to wield power as aggressively as he did as state attorney general, leading some in the financial community to worry that the “Sheriff of Wall Street” might be back.
Lena Dunham, native New Yorker, has spoken.
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, who is attempting a political comeback five years after resigning from office in a prostitution scandal, is leading the race to be New York City’s next comptroller, according to a poll released on Wednesday.