The debate of candidates for mayor: what you need to know

The debate of candidates for mayor: what you need to know

The current mayor of new York bill de Blasio and two of his competitor in the presidential race, a member of the Assembly of the state of new York, Nicole Malliotakis and former detective of the police Department of new York, Bo Dietl for the first time will gather for a debate Tuesday, October 10.

Other candidates, including former city Council member Sala Albanese and businessman Mike Tolkien, was not invited to participate in the debate. To take part in political debate, candidates had to collect and spend $ 500 000 to 6 October 2017, or collect and spend 174 $ 225 until 6 October to at least 8 percent of the vote in the Quinnipiac or Marist pollsthat include all candidates.

According to the most recent Quinnipiac poll results, published on Thursday, October 5, de Blasio is in the lead with 61% of the vote, ahead of 44% of a representative of the Republican party, Malliotakis.

The debate of candidates for mayor: what you need to know

Even though, according to polls, the mayor’s support of more new Yorkers than his opponents, the debate will provide a great opportunity for candidates to discuss a number of issuesstanding on the agenda. According to the same Quinnipiac poll, 21% of likely voters said that the economy is the most important issue, while 20% was added to this list education. Another 20% said that the most burning problem of crime, and 17% chose housing.

Below we have compiled for you a brief information what you need to know ahead of the debate.

When: again, the debate between the candidates for mayor will be held on Tuesday, 10 October at 19:00.

Where: the venue will be the Symphony Space at 2537 Broadway.

Sponsors of future debates will be NY1 Sponsor Group, which will broadcast the meeting of politicians on NY1, NY1 Noticias and WNYC.

Also, see the debate will also be at a special meetingorganized by NYC Votes, which will take place at Restoration Plaza (1368 Fulton St., Brooklyn) at 17:00.


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