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Who ran for NYC Mayor 2013?

Who ran for NYC Mayor 2013?

2013 New York City mayoral election

Nominee Bill de Blasio Joe Lhota
Party Democratic Republican
Alliance Working Families Conservative
Popular vote 795,679 264,420
Percentage 73.2% 24.3%

Who ran for NYC Mayor 2017?

The candidates were incumbent mayor Bill De Blasio and former City Council member Sal Albanese. De Blasio won the primary. The first general election debate was held on October 10, with De Blasio, Republican challenger Nicole Malliotakis, and independent candidate Bo Dietl.

Who were all the mayors of New York City?

Bill de BlasioSince 2014
New York/Mayor

Who did De Blasio beat?

2017 election In 2017, de Blasio won reelection to a second term, defeating Republican Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, 65.2%-27.2%.

Who was the leader of the Guardian Angels?

Curtis Sliwa (/ˈsliwə/; born March 26, 1954) is an American activist and radio talk show host who is the Republican nominee for the 2021 New York City mayoral election. He is the founder and chief executive officer of the Guardian Angels, a nonprofit organization of unarmed crime prevention.

Did Bloomberg run against Giuliani?

The New York City mayoral election of 2001 was held on November 6, 2001. Incumbent Republican mayor Rudy Giuliani could not run again due to term limits. Businessman Michael Bloomberg, a lifelong Democrat, changed his party affiliation and ran as a Republican.

Does NYC mayor have term limits?

According to current law, the mayor is limited to two consecutive four-year terms in office but may run again after a four-year break.

Who is Eric Adams NYC?

New York City, U.S. Eric Leroy Adams (born September 1, 1960) is an American politician and retired police officer who is the 18th borough president of Brooklyn. He is the Democratic Party nominee in the 2021 New York City mayoral election.

Which New York mayor cleaned up the city?

Mayoralty of Rudy Giuliani

Mayor Rudy Giuliani
Party Republican
Election 1993, 1997
Michael Bloomberg →
Flag of the Mayor

How many terms can NYC mayor serve?

The mayor’s regulations are compiled in title 43 of the New York City Rules. According to current law, the mayor is limited to two consecutive four-year terms in office but may run again after a four-year break.

Do Guardian Angels carry weapons?

Since Guardian Angels do not carry weapons, each member is searched before going on patrol for drugs, drug paraphernalia, and weapons.

Are there still Guardian Angels?

Currently the Guardian Angels are still active in Hanover and have been renamed to Schutzengel, which is the German translation of the English denomination.

Why is Ecofest important in New York City?

ECOFEST started as a visionary educational program to make this a better world. Thirty years later it is still going strong, supporting environmental causes and issues. ECOFEST is a cultural and educational environmental festival, free to the public, that is organized and produced by the West Side Cultural Center in New York.

Who was the mayor of New York in 2013?

Primary elections were held on September 10, 2013. The Republican nominee was former Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Joe Lhota. New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio was the Democratic nominee. De Blasio was elected Mayor with 73.15% of the vote.

What are the main features of Ecofest?

In addition to the SEOTO Alternative Energy Display, ECOFEST’s regular features include the ECO-FASHION SHOW on the World Solar Stage presenting collections made of 100% organic and recycled material and exhibits focusing in eco products and services, handicrafts, agencies and healthy food.

Who was the Libertarian candidate for mayor in 2013?

Joe Lhota was originally nominated as the Libertarian candidate during the Party Convention held on April 6, 2013, a nomination he declined. It was soon after ruled by the Libertarian Executive Committee that this nomination was invalid and void due to the attending voters of this first Convention not being properly credentialed.