The New Power Generation

Smith, Chris
November 2009
New York;11/16/2009, Vol. 42 Issue 38, p20
The article focuses on the implications of the election of councilman Bill De Blasio and comptroller John Liu for the re-election of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. It cites the challenges facing Bloomberg in addressing the 5 billion dollar city-budget deficit and the increased homelessness and unemployment rates. It mentions that the first successful campaign of Hillary Clinton for the U.S. Senate was managed by De Blasio.


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