Eric Adams takes heat for a comment on schools, while Curtis Sliwa gets Rudy Giuliani’s endorsement for the Republican nomination.
Democrats running for mayor face a problem that may have worsened during the pandemic.Their plans have overlaps and differences.
New York City’s affordability problems were laid bare by the pandemic. Mayoral candidates offer solutions, but steep political and logistical obstacles remain.
Voters seem most concerned about quality of life issues and public safety. They are also trying to figure out ranked-choice voting.
Concerns about crime are dominating the Democratic primary, and the party’s left wing has just started to coalesce.
The third Democratic debate, featuring four candidates for New York City mayor, takes place Thursday night from 7 to 8 p.m.
Political campaigns are considering cross-endorsements and vying for the No. 2 spot on voters’ ballots.
Mr. Adams, a leading candidate for New York City mayor, was accused by his rivals of trying to dodge scrutiny of questions about his residency.
In 2013, the animal rights leaders helped undermine the mayoral campaign of Christine Quinn, boosting the chances of the eventual winner, Bill de Blasio.
With just two weeks to go before the primary, Maya Wiley is consolidating support from the left wing of the Democratic Party.
The woman, Teresa Logan, accused Mr. Stringer of sexual harassment and making unwanted advances while she was working for him at a bar and restaurant he co-owned in 1992.
Eight leading Democratic candidates share their ideas for curbing congestion and improving pedestrian and cyclist safety.
With the campaign in its homestretch, candidates took turns attacking one another, but largely failed to distinguish themselves in a crowded and still undecided race.
Our columnists and contributors give their rankings.
The candidates clashed over policing, education, housing, job creation and the city’s economy.
The eight Democratic contenders jousted in contentious exchanges over the fundamental question of who among them was qualified to run New York City.
The second debate, featuring eight Democratic candidates for New York City mayor, takes place Wednesday night from 7 to 9 p.m.
Because of the downpour, candidates for New York City mayor pressed their cases to voters at churches and bars, instead of in parks and on street corners.
Eight leading mayoral candidates share their ideas and plans for improving public transit.
The temperature on the campaign trail is rising as the primary race enters its final month.
With less than a month before the June 22 primary, Democratic candidates are trying to steal momentum from the perceived front-runners, Eric Adams and Andrew Yang.
Adriano Espaillat, who had backed Scott Stringer, switched to supporting Eric Adams, while Andrew Yang had a rocky week on the campaign trail.
The Democratic hopefuls offered insight about how they would lead the city.
We interviewed the eight leading Democrats running for mayor of New York City. Here’s what we learned.
Opinion writers and outside contributors give their rankings of the Democratic contenders for “the second toughest job in America.”
The eight Democrats competing to win the June 22 primary presented divergent views on how to lead the city in a sometimes acerbic debate.
It’s a chance for struggling candidates to break out. Public safety and police power are almost certain to arise as contentious topics.
The contenders said the episode was emblematic of a growing crime problem and moved quickly to describe how they would address the issue.
Rising concerns over crime have led candidates to issue strong appeals for public safety, less than a year after the city was under pressure to defund the police.
The editorial board’s endorsement for the Democratic mayoral primary.
The United Federation of Teachers is boosting Mr. Stringer’s embattled campaign with an advertising blitz.
Jean Kim talks about her sexual misconduct allegations against the New York City comptroller, who is running for mayor.
Two leading candidates wanted to hold a huge party to celebrate New York City’s revival from the pandemic.
Jean Kim said in an interview that Mr. Stringer, a Democratic candidate for mayor, had abused a position of power to make unwanted advances. He has denied her allegations.
While Scott M. Stringer, the New York City comptroller, has lost crucial supporters in his drive to become mayor, other backers have stood by him.
Scott Stringer, the city comptroller, has faced criticism for his aggressive defense against accusations from a former campaign worker.
The Democratic candidates are making radically different bets about the mood and priorities of New Yorkers as the city moves toward reopening after the pandemic.
Andrew Yang is leading. Scott Stringer is under a cloud. Their rivals are jostling for a boost of momentum.
The Working Families Party, a major left-leaning institution, withdrew its backing of Scott Stringer for mayor of New York City.
All three major female Democratic candidates for mayor have called on Scott Stringer, who has denied the allegation, to drop out of the primary contest.
A woman who worked on a campaign decades ago with Scott M. Stringer, the comptroller, said she had feared retribution if she spoke out.
Jean Kim said Mr. Stringer assaulted her when she was an unpaid intern on his campaign 20 years ago and warned her not to tell anyone. He denied the allegation.
As the candidates seek to attract voters’ attention, an ad for Scott Stringer says he is the candidate best suited to lead the “city’s greatest comeback.”
The New York City mayor’s race has eight weeks to go before the June 22 primary, and endorsements and donations are beginning to help it take shape.
Some candidates in the Democratic primary want to cut $1 billion or more from the police budget, while others have more moderate proposals, frustrating activists.
Participants described Mr. Yang’s remarks as offensive, saying that even as members of the club raised policy issues, he returned to mentioning gay bars.
It is unclear how much the United Federation of Teachers’ backing will actually sway voters two months before the Democratic primary.
The ballot order for the June 22 New York mayoral primary was decided by lottery, not alphabetical order, but Andrew Yang will still appear last.
This year’s election is shaping up to be the city’s first in which super PACs play a major role.
New York City accepted responsibility for a collapsed pipe that flooded 127 homes in Queens in 2019, but it has been slow to pay homeowners.