New York City mayoral candidate Kathryn Garcia speaks to the media on June 4 in New York City. | Spencer Platt/Getty Images
NEW YORK — With only two weeks left before the Democratic primary in New York City, two women stand to do something that hasn’t happened since the city’s founding in the 17th century: Get elected mayor.
A late surge in the polls by Kathryn Garcia, the former city sanitation commissioner, has boosted her into the top tier of candidates. And a series of events over the
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