Thompson pledges change, regardless of result

Barker, Cyril Josh
November 2009
New York Amsterdam News;11/5/2009, Vol. 100 Issue 45, p6
The article reports on the response of comptroller Bill Thompson following his loss in the elections for the mayor of New York City. Thompson, who lost to Michael R. Bloomberg by only 5 percent, thanked the people of the city for their support and pledged to resolve differences with Bloomberg to address the issues highlighted in his election campaign. It also informs about the result of elections for various other positions, which include John Liu as the newly elected comptroller.


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