Eric Adams, Curtis Sliwa barnstorm NYC on eve of historic mayoral election

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — Democratic mayoral hopeful Eric Adams and his Republican opponent Curtis Sliwa were set to barnstorm through the five boroughs on Monday in final campaign pushes before their historic general election showdown. Adams, who’s heavily favored to win Tuesday’s election due to the city’s overwhelmingly Democratic electorate, kicked off the final day of campaigning by greeting voters outside the Parsons/Archer subway station in his native Jamaica, Queens. After the outer-borough visit, Adams was set to head into Manhattan for a trio of get-out-the-vote rallies, culminating in a star-studd…

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