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Has Bloomberg Cooled on Quinn?

Has Bloomberg Cooled on Quinn?

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | The prevailing City Hall narrative in New York — from early 2006 through late 2012 — pictured a happy, stable, and mutually advantageous political marriage between Mayor Michael Bloomberg and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn. A frequent critic of Bloomberg in her previous role as former Speaker Gifford Miller’s number two, […]

Pride Agenda Offers Christine Quinn Its Nod for Mayor

Pride Agenda Offers Christine Quinn Its Nod for Mayor

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | In a January 17 press release, the Empire State Pride Agenda’s political action committee announced its endorsement of City Council Speaker Christine Quinn as New York’s next mayor. The release said the group “recognizes Christine Quinn’s unmatched record on LGBT rights over the last two decades,” including her leadership of the […]

Quinn’s Fundraising for Mayoral Primary Complete

BY PAUL SCHINDLER  | City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, the out lesbian Chelsea Democrat, has now raised more than $4.9 million for an expected 2013 mayoral run, the maximum she can use in her party’s primary. The New York Times reports that with matching public funds, the speaker will have 6.7 million, which is as much […]

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