Mayoral candidate Eric Adams lived in his government office during the pandemic. He may have never left.

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NEW YORK — Eric Adams announced he was living in Brooklyn Borough Hall to combat Covid last March. Now it seems he may have never left.

The New York City mayoral hopeful has been staying overnight and keeping late-night and early-morning hours in the government building where he and his staff work, according to POLITICO’s recent observations and those from several rival campaigns. When he is not laying his head in the taxpayer-owned building, the

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