new york mayoral election results

Democrat Bill de Blasio has been declared the winner of New York City's mayoral race by NY1, the New York Times and CNN.
NEW YORK, Nov 5 (Reuters) - Liberal Democrat Bill de Blasio cruised to victory on Tuesday to succeed New York Mayor Michael
Democrat Bill de Blasio has been declared the winner of New York City's mayoral race by NY1, the New York Times and CNN.
Democrats have been locked out of City Hall for two decades despite holding a 6-to-1 registration advantage over Republicans
Republican Joe Lhota has lost the race to become New York City's next mayor. Lhota was defeated by Democrat Bill de Blasio
De Blasio celebrated his win Tuesday night: Republican Joe Lhota has lost the race for New York City mayor to Democrat Bill
De Blasio rose in the polls while lamenting that the contrast between the "haves" and "have nots" has grown increasingly
De Blasio, the city's public advocate, has campaigned as much against the legacy of departing Mayor Michael Bloomberg as
The next mayor of New York City is Democrat Bill de Blasio. De Blasio defeated Republican Joe Lhota at the polls on Tuesday
To his supporters, de Blasio symbolizes the city's progressive possibilities He hails from Brooklyn, is married to an African
Democrat Bill de Blasio has won the race to become New York City's next mayor. De Blasio defeated Republican Joe Lhota on
Since winning the Democratic primary in September, de Blasio has held a wide lead over his Republican rival. De Blasio, the
The Associated Press offered details on the race Tuesday: New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio is the city's next
"We are united in the belief that our city should leave no New Yorker behind," he said. "The people of this city have chosen
De Blasio, the city's public advocate, defeated Republican Joe Lhota after maintaining a wide lead over his GOP opponent