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  2. Chirlane McCray - Wikipedia

    In 1991, McCray entered politics. She worked as a speechwriter for New York City Mayor David Dinkins. During the Clinton administration, she worked for the New York Foreign Press Center as a public affairs specialist. She also worked as a speechwriter for the New York State Comptroller Carl McCall and for New York City Comptroller Bill Thompson.

  3. 2017 New York City mayoral election - Wikipedia

    Tish James, New York City Public Advocate; Eric Adams, Borough President of Brooklyn; Rubén Díaz Jr., Borough President of the Bronx ; Scott Stringer, New York City Comptroller (running for re-election) Gregory Meeks, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York's 5th District

  4. List of people from New York City - Wikipedia

    Lazarus Joseph (1891–1966) – New York State Senator and New York City Comptroller; Colin Jost (born 1982) – comedian, actor, and writer; William Joyce (also known as Lord Haw-Haw; 1906–1946) – Nazi propaganda broadcaster

  5. Hakeem Jeffries - Wikipedia

    In the 2013 NYC mayoral race, Jeffries endorsed City Comptroller Bill Thompson, hailing his experience in city government. Jeffries also noted he was offended by Bill de Blasio's ad featuring stop and frisk claiming himself as the only candidate who would address, modify or reform stop and frisk:

  6. Partition and secession in New York - Wikipedia

    On Long Island, there also have been calls for Nassau and Suffolk Counties to separate from New York State. Former Suffolk County comptroller and former state assemblyman Joseph Sawicki (a Republican) called for a separation of Long Island from the rest of the state, saying that the region, one of the wealthiest in the state, receives only $5.2 billion in state payments and pays $8.1 billion ...

  7. Eric Adams - Wikipedia

    Eric Leroy Adams (born September 1, 1960) is an American politician and former law enforcement officer. He is the 110th mayor of New York City.. Adams served as an officer in the New York City Transit Police and then the New York City Police Department for more than 20 years, retiring at the rank of captain.

  8. 2005 New York City mayoral election - Wikipedia

    Ferrer and Bloomberg debated each other again on November 1 at a debate sponsored by WNBC and the New York City Campaign Finance Board. The general election was held on Tuesday, November 8. Members of the New York City Council as well as the offices of borough president, city comptroller, public advocate and district attorney were also up for ...

  9. Federal Hall - Wikipedia

    Federal Hall is a historic building at 26 Wall Street in the Financial District of Manhattan in New York City.The name originally referred to a Federal style building on the same site, completed in 1703 as City Hall.