Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams speaks to the media on June 24, 2021 in New York City. | Spencer Platt/Getty Images
NEW YORK — At most other times in New York City history, the Democratic nominee for mayor could spend this post-primary period basking in the glow of victory and an almost guaranteed path to City Hall.
But this is like no other time in city history and the next few weeks will be a complicated and potentially messy time for mayoral politics.
“This is new territory for
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