Good afternoon. We’re here to help you get ready for the week, one when a new mayor and City Council will be elected and when certain rites of fall return, including the reopening of the Rockefeller Center ice rink and the running of the New York City Marathon. Meanwhile, drama is brewing once again for the owner of the city’s most famous skyscraper.
It’s Election Day. The results are a foregone conclusion—which raises an important question: What can the Republican Party do to become viable again in New York? A Democratic candidate for mayor presumably will win in a landslide for the third consecutive
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