The man who would be mayor is making a lot of friends outside New York City.
As Eric Adams moves closer to Gracie Mansion, his pool of supporters includes a growing number of big donors from other states. Adams is widely expected to prevail over Republican nominee Curtis Sliwa in November’s general election.
The Democratic nominee received 40% of his donations from outside the city during the latest pre-general election filing period (Aug. 24-Sept. 27) compared with just 33% in a spring pre-primary filing period, according to data from the city’s Campaign Finance Board.
“To people outside of the city, he’s seen as the great Democratic
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