Joe Lhota, by almost forty per cent, according to a Quinnipiac University poll. From Pelham Bay to Staten Island, New Yorkers seemed to be ignoring Lhota’s warnings that a de Blasio victory would return their neighborhoods to the days of rampant crime and burned-out buildings. The voters are “not caught up in what the city was like twenty years ago,” de Blasio said last week, in the final mayoral debate. “They want to talk about solutions today.”
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