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New York politics: Campaign circus


A Red Sox fan woos New Yorkers

ON AUGUST 18th thousands thronged a street festival called Harlem Day. Tyrese, a popular R&B singer, got the teens screaming, a gospel choir got the crowd clapping and Bill Thompson, who is running for mayor of New York, got them all singing. Flanked by two Harlem stalwarts, Charles Rangel, congressman for the 13th district, and Hazel Dukes, head of the New York chapter of the NAACP, a civil-rights lobby, Mr Thompson walked along 135th Street shaking hands and posing for photographs. A music vendor began to play the old Motown song “Don’t Mess with Bill”. It seemed as if all 135th Street sang along, except for another Bill, a Harlem resident. “I don’t know who I’m going to vote for,” he said. “It’s going to be tight.”With less than three weeks to go until the Democratic primary, the race is indeed tight. Christine Quinn, the council Speaker, is neck-and-neck with Bill de Blasio, the public advocate, a sort of city ombudsman. Mr Thompson is not far behind. Even the unions are divided. The teachers back Mr Thompson, a careful pragmatist. Health-care workers support Mr de Blasio, a down-the-line…

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