Bill De Blasio won a landslide election to become NYC's 109th mayor and its first Democratic mayor in a generation: His overwhelming victory, stretching from the working-class precincts of central Brooklyn to the suburban 

As Bill de Blasio headed to the first broadcast debate of the mayoral race, his brain trust braced for the worst. A poll released hours before the Aug. 13 faceoff found that de Blasio had vaulted into a six-point lead in the Democratic primary, a heady

Bill de Blasio (Getty). By Luisa Frey. On Tuesday night 52-year-old Bill de Blasio won the New York mayoral election in one of the largest victories in the Big Apple's electoral history. De Blasio beat Joseph Lhota by a 49-point 

Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio picked an armory to declare war on the inequality of a two-tiered New York City. Before he walked the four short blocks from his home to deliver his victory speech in the massive 14th Regiment Armory in Park Slope, the people

I would like to congratulate Bill de Blasio on his landslide victory in the NYC mayoral race. He will become our next mayor on Jan 1st 2014. His vision of making NYC a city of opportunity for everyone is laudable


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