Democrat Eric Adams elected mayor of New York City

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — Democrat Eric Adams breezed to victory in Tuesday’s mayoral election, becoming just the second Black man in history to get picked for the city’s top job after running a campaign centered on public safety and his deep experience in New York politics. Adams, the Brooklyn borough president and a born-and-bred New Yorker, was declared the winner of the mayoral race as early results from the city Board of Elections showed him holding a commanding lead over long-shot Republican contender Curtis Sliwa. In a city as deeply Democratic as New York, Adams’ win was expected. Carried by a divers…

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