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Bill de Blasio
Mayor. Fighting for a better and fairer New York City, no matter how much money you make or where you live.
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Bill de Blasio retweeted
Andrew Gillum Nov 17
Replying to @AndrewGillum
We are going to keep fighting. We will keep working. And in the end, I believe that we will win. I am so thankful to each and every one of you.
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Stacey Abrams Nov 16
From the bottom of my heart: Thank you. I am so proud of the movement we built. Together, we redefined the politics of possible in the Deep South – but our fight is far from over.
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Andrew Gillum Nov 10
I am replacing my earlier concession with an unapologetic and uncompromised call to count every vote.
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Stacey Abrams Nov 9
Replying to @staceyabrams
Their voices deserve to be heard. And that is why we will continue this fight. My team will reach out over the next few days with updates and ways you can help. But for now, I wanted to let you know that just because Election Day has come and gone, our fight is not over.
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Lucy McBath Nov 7
I have the lead - but this race is far from over. We are locked into a recount in a battle for . I NEED your support so we can win this fight. Will you rush $10, $15 or more to help us protect our victory? DONATE ➡️
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Bill de Blasio Nov 7
Replying to @BilldeBlasio
That will be welcome news for New Yorkers who were stuck in line yesterday, thanks to the broken Board of elections, and we will ensure that reform is at the top of the agenda when lawmakers return to Albany. We will fight to make sure elections work for all New Yorkers.
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Bill de Blasio Nov 7
Seismic change coming to New York. After years of the IDC colluding with Republicans, real Democrats will be in charge of the State Senate.
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Sen. Mike Gianaris Nov 6
Help is on the way! A Democratic State Senate will move aggressively on voting reforms, many of which I’m proud to author
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Bill de Blasio Nov 6
Replying to @BilldeBlasio
The end result of the charter revision process that began nine months ago at the State of City is a democracy that can work for all of us – not just the wealthy and well-connected.
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Bill de Blasio Nov 6
Replying to @BilldeBlasio
They voted to set a historic new direction for campaigns in our city by getting big money out of politics. They voted to give voters more power over their tax dollars. They voted to bring new voices into our democracy.
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Bill de Blasio Nov 6
The question in front of voters in NYC was simple: are we going to be a city that works for everyone? New Yorkers answered with a resounding ‘YES, YES, YES!’
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1010 WINS Nov 6
ELECTION BLOG: Mayor tells , "the situation at our poll sites is absolutely unacceptable." More from his interview on the blog:
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Bill de Blasio Nov 6
Just under 3 hours left until polls close, NYC. If you’re at your polling place by 9PM, you will be able to vote. Don’t forget to flip your ballot and vote on the 3 questions on the back of your ballot.
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Zellnor Myrie Nov 6
Rain or shine, we vote! 🇺🇸
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Jessica Ramos Nov 6
We’re in , talking to voters! If you’re on your way home from work, go straight to your poll site before you get comfy at home. VOTE! Three more hours.
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Bill de Blasio Nov 6
The problems at the polls are absolutely unacceptable. The Board of Elections wasn’t prepared for one of the most important elections of our lifetimes. If you’re experiencing delays, I urge you to stay in line. If you’re at your polling place by 9PM, you will be able to vote.
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Bill de Blasio Nov 6
To everyone waiting in line to vote because of a broken scanner or other problems, your voice matters. Please stay in line. And let’s once and for all get true Board of Elections reforms like early voting so this never happens again. NYC deserves so much better.
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NY Working Families Nov 3
Hey NYC! On Tuesday, you can vote for 3 ballot proposals to revise the city charter. . urges supporters to vote to get big money out of politics, expand civic engagement, make community boards more diverse. Read more:
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Bill de Blasio Nov 6
Don’t forget to vote the line, flip your ballot and vote “YES” on Questions 1, 2 and 3!
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Andrew Gillum Nov 6
This has been a long journey, but I'm so happy to say that both and I have officially cast our votes to move Florida forward for everyone in this state. Thanks to everyone who helped us get this far, let's !
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