Blind Justice Statue photo by Tingey Injury Law Firm; Ballot box by Element 5 digital, both via Unsplash; RCB VV collage
On June 22, voters in Manhattan will head to the polls to make several monumental decisions. At the top of the ballot, of course, will be the Democratic primary for mayor, where the winner could end up governing for the next eight years. Voters will also weigh in on who to choose for city comptroller, another post that often serves as a springboard for a mayoral run.
But arguably the most importance primary is occurring below them both, garnering
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