NYC mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa brings kitten to voting site, then polling machine glitches

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — It was a purr-fect mess. Curtis Sliwa cast his ballot in the New York City mayoral election — but not before a showdown with poll workers over one of his 17 pet cats and a snafu involving a malfunctioning voting machine. The long-shot Republican candidate and extreme cat lover was ordered to leave his month-old kitten named Gizmo outside when he showed up to vote at Frank McCourt High School on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. “I bet this didn’t happen to Eric Adams,” said Sliwa, referring to his front-running Democratic rival. He joked that election workers might try to punish him for …

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