Bloomberg Will Sit Out Mayor’s Race

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By MICHAEL HOWARD SAUL CONNECT New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Friday he won’t make an endorsement in the race to succeed him, declaring he will focus on ensuring that there is a smooth transition from his administration to the next one. The mayor’s remarks are his first on the race since Tuesday, when Bill de Blasio, the city’s public advocate, received the most votes in the Democratic primary for mayor and Joe Lhota, a former chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, won the Republican nomination. According to unofficial returns, Mr. de Blasio has the 40% of primary votes he needs to avoid a runoff, but the Democrats’ second-highest…

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Bloomberg Will Sit Out Mayor’s Race

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By MICHAEL HOWARD SAUL CONNECT New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Friday he won’t make an endorsement in the race to succeed him, declaring he will focus on ensuring that there is a smooth transition from his administration to the next one. The mayor’s remarks are his first on the race since Tuesday, when Bill de Blasio, the city’s public advocate, received the most votes in the Democratic primary for mayor and Joe Lhota, a former chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, won the Republican nomination. According to unofficial returns, Mr. de Blasio has the 40% of primary votes he needs to avoid a runoff, but the Democrats’ second-highest…

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"From the variation in natural beauty between the Caribbean and the Antarctic, to the novel Chilean relationship to food, I gained international perspective," wrote Alongi, who visited Chile. "Finally, my new understanding of family and acceptance has ...

Bloomberg Will Sit Out Mayor’s Race

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By MICHAEL HOWARD SAUL CONNECT New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Friday he won’t make an endorsement in the race to succeed him, declaring he will focus on ensuring that there is a smooth transition from his administration to the next one. The mayor’s remarks are his first on the race since Tuesday, when Bill de Blasio, the city’s public advocate, received the most votes in the Democratic primary for mayor and Joe Lhota, a former chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, won the Republican nomination. According to unofficial returns, Mr. de Blasio has the 40% of primary votes he needs to avoid a runoff, but the Democrats’ second-highest…

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Seeing the world
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"From the variation in natural beauty between the Caribbean and the Antarctic, to the novel Chilean relationship to food, I gained international perspective," wrote Alongi, who visited Chile. "Finally, my new understanding of family and acceptance has ...