— Bloomberg TV (@BloombergTV) November 3, 2021
— Bloomberg (@business) November 3, 2021
New York City mayoral candidate Eric Adams pledges to resolve inequities in the city’s property tax in his first year in office if he's elected on Nov. 2 https://t.co/U8iymbHW5R
— Bloomberg (@business) October 29, 2021
Adams, who defeated Republican nominee Curtis Sliwa in New York City's mayoral race, previously vowed to make New York City "the center of Bitcoins." https://t.co/MkLSMm6fiL
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) November 4, 2021
“We won already.”
New York City’s Democratic mayoral candidate Eric Adams shared an emotional moment after voting for himself on Tuesday. “I’m not supposed to be standing here,” Adams said.
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) November 2, 2021
Eric Adams wins mayoral race in New York City and calls for unityhttps://t.co/0eKOLnK8cz
— TIME (@TIME) November 3, 2021
As polls closed, states throughout the country saw a range of candidates of color racking up election wins in historic results, in many cases the first time such posts have been won by people of color or candidates from marginalized communities. https://t.co/pvHOU2UJCM
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) November 3, 2021
Eric Adams, Curtis Sliwa, and 8 other candidates are running in the today's general election for mayor of New York City. Incumbent Mayor Bill de Blasio is not running for re-election due to term limits.
For more on the election, check out the page below.
— Ballotpedia (@ballotpedia) November 2, 2021
— New York Post (@nypost) November 3, 2021
Congratulations to @ericadamsfornyc on his victory in the New York City mayoral race! I look forward to working with his administration to help New York City overcome the pandemic and come back stronger than before. pic.twitter.com/G2Xjlh4HkC
— Kathy Hochul (@GovKathyHochul) November 3, 2021
NYC, New York
“You always want more power”
— ZZZ (@AskMeLaterOn) November 2, 2021
— MJ Franklin (@heyitsfranklin2) November 2, 2021
Over more than 20 years living in New York City, Andrew Yang had never voted in a mayoral election. On Tuesday, for the first time, he cast his ballot for the position he once sought. https://t.co/SYnEGq7Adb
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 2, 2021
28 years ago today, Rudy Giuliani won the New York mayoral election, he became the 1st Republican mayor since 1965. pic.twitter.com/whdsIbV4MX
— Miles Commodore (@miles_commodore) November 2, 2021
WATCH me live today at 12 noon athttps://t.co/SMU98x1kFz
as I discuss some very interesting information about the New York Mayoral race you may not know about & should be VERY informative #VoteSliwa #NYC @77WABCradio
— Curtis Sliwa for NYC Mayor (@CurtisSliwa) October 29, 2021
Mayoral Candidate Curtis Sliwa showed up to the Anti-Vaccine Mandate protest organized by FDNY unions in New York City… pic.twitter.com/YJDO4OqTlt
— LUKE2FREEDOM (@L2FTV) October 28, 2021
A yellow cab hit GOP New York City mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa on Friday as he headed into an interview — tossing him into the air and causing injuries for which he later sought hospital treatment.https://t.co/goVndptIO9
— Newsmax (@newsmax) October 29, 2021
Eric Adams after being declared winner of New York City mayoral race: “We have to end all of this division…Today we take off the intramural jersey and we put on one jersey: Team New York!" pic.twitter.com/PhC9SGImCm
— VINnews (@VINNews) November 3, 2021
Eric Adams after being declared winner of New York City mayoral race: “We have to end all of this division…Today we take off the intramural jersey and we put on one jersey: Team New York!" @ericadamsfornyc pic.twitter.com/jy2eEFwXst
— The Jewish Voice (@JewishVoice) November 3, 2021
— FRANCE 24 (@FRANCE24) November 3, 2021
New York CIty mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa was stopped when tried to bring a cat into the polling place. Sliwa had to leave the feline outside while he cast his ballot. The Republican candidate lost the race to Democrat Eric Adams. https://t.co/Pw3lXsgJrJ
— The Associated Press (@AP) November 3, 2021
— Reuters (@Reuters) November 3, 2021
Democrat Eric Adams won New York City's mayoral race on promises to boost public safety and give voice to working-class residents https://t.co/hwYAQdd9Pt
— Reuters (@Reuters) November 3, 2021
JUST IN: Democrat Eric Adams is projected by @ABC News to win NYC mayoral race.
The win, while expected in a city with many more registered Democrats than Republicans, makes some history as Adams is only the second Black mayor in the history of the city. https://t.co/LWjaT3YDW7
— ABC News (@ABC) November 3, 2021
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) November 3, 2021
Eric Adams addresses supporters after being declared winner of New York City mayoral race.
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) November 3, 2021
— Breaking News (@BreakingNews) November 3, 2021
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— MSNBC (@MSNBC) November 3, 2021
An avalanche of mayoral elections next week could shift city halls from Boston and Buffalo to Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, and Seattle leftward, and test whether the left can govern differently where it emerges victorious, writes @Taniel https://t.co/Yznhyxb5u7
— Intelligencer (@intelligencer) October 30, 2021
Incumbent Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown has declared victory as he held a nearly 20-percentage point lead over his opponent India Walton, a socialist backed by many progressives such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the New York Post reported on Wednesday.https://t.co/fE4nCK4iQ9
— Newsmax (@newsmax) November 3, 2021
Walton trails write-ins by big margin with 93% of vote countedhttps://t.co/qYv1kgnUBc
— The Buffalo News (@TheBuffaloNews) November 3, 2021
Republicans are spending tens of thousands to aid Byron Brown's vanity campaign.
— NY Working Families Party (@NYWFP) October 26, 2021
Some largely unexamined context in the Walton campaign:
She lost the support of the only union that backed her in the primary, the Buffalo Teachers Federation, because she told business leaders she was pro-charter. https://t.co/JqPUlbL8J2
— C.M. Lewis (@thehousered) November 3, 2021
"We have to do something, we can not continue to accept the status quo as just, 'oh that's just the way things are'—they don't have to be" –@Indiawaltonbflo days before mayoral election.
— Jordan (@JordanChariton) October 29, 2021
Polling on the Buffalo mayoral race (India Walton).
Let’s just hope people are too lazy to write in a name and also blanket check any name with a (D). pic.twitter.com/IgkFlmJkaZ
— Eskaver (@toronai22) October 27, 2021
The BOE will report on Election Night how many write-in ballots were cast in the Buffalo mayoral race. But it won’t be able to confirm how many of them are for Mayor Byron Brown for several weeks.
— Tom Dinki (@tomdinki) November 1, 2021
Buffalo Democratic mayoral candidate India Walton has earned the support of U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren. https://t.co/a5qaHayhj2
— WETM-TV (@WETM18News) October 30, 2021
In June, Mayor Byron Brown lost the Democratic primary for mayor of Buffalo, NY, to democratic socialist India Walton. Brown is waging a write-in campaign in the general. One recent poll put Walton at 36% while 54% volunteered they were voting for Brown. https://t.co/D4p4ByTaD7
— FiveThirtyEight (@FiveThirtyEight) November 2, 2021
Wild Finish in Buffalo Mayoral Race Hands 'Defund the Police' Movement Another Stinging Defeat
— RedState (@RedState) November 4, 2021
Latest on the Buffalo Mayoral Race: Democratic socialist India Walton said Wednesday “it seems unlikely” she’ll become the City of Buffalo’s next mayor after a potent write-in campaign by incumbent Byron Brown. https://t.co/O04zTY7euI
— Bernadette Hogan (@bern_hogan) November 4, 2021
Mayor Byron Brown of Buffalo, an incumbent four-term Democrat, declared victory on Tuesday in his write-in campaign to defeat his own party’s official nominee, India Walton. But tallying the ballots will take time. https://t.co/QT6n0Y0KQ2
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 3, 2021
Buffalo's mayoral race is getting national attention, but if it's close, there's a good chance that there won't be a winner declared for two or three weeks. Here's why:https://t.co/O4ScEoLqtq
— News 8 WROC (@News_8) November 2, 2021
Democrats worked harder this election to beat Buffalo's socialist mayoral candidate than they did to win Virginia. pic.twitter.com/AjecTwFw0U
— The Decolonial Atlas (@decolonialatlas) November 4, 2021
In a WIVB/Emerson College poll released one week before Election Day, Byron Brown widened his lead on India Walton in the race for Buffalo mayor to more than 17 points. https://t.co/u9fq22MbTq
— News 4 Buffalo (@news4buffalo) November 2, 2021
The Erie County District Attorney’s office acknowledged it was investigating Wednesday after an allegation was made that poll inspectors pre-stamped ballots in the Buffalo mayoral race.https://t.co/bAgWKRRoW2
— News 4 Buffalo (@news4buffalo) November 4, 2021
Democratic socialist India Walton says victory in Buffalo mayoral race "seems unlikely" after incumbent's write-in campaign https://t.co/TpNo9Zi4pK
— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 4, 2021
Tuesday is Election Day, and voters will make crucial decisions in mayoral races in Buffalo, Boston, Minneapolis and New York City. The results could make history for those cities.@adam_brew breaks down each race and what's at stake: pic.twitter.com/U6mHnKDzhc
— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 27, 2021
Eric Adams and Michelle Wu make history with mayoral wins in New York, Bostonhttps://t.co/jOVDoqX2mX
— TRT World (@trtworld) November 3, 2021
Michelle Wu Is 1st Woman, BIPOC Elected as Boston Mayor; Eric Adams Wins NYC Mayoral Race https://t.co/nVwNrTeZlK
— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) November 4, 2021
“We are seeing progressives positioned to win in major municipalities across the country. We’ve been doing a lot of building at the down-ballot -winning races on city councils, school boards – but this is the first time we’ve had this kind of momentum.”https://t.co/nCaVchsJyU
— Our Revolution (@OurRevolution) October 30, 2021
In Boston, New York, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, voters embraced candidates of color in mayoral races.
Here's a look at some of the most high-profile wins: https://t.co/w5yVaTOlMB
— NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) November 4, 2021
Boston is on the brink of history.
Ahead of the mayoral election, Globe reporters fanned out to six neighborhoods across the city that help illustrate where and how Boston’s political ideologies and power structures have shifted over the last decade. https://t.co/ohuXrUsjb6
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) November 1, 2021
The historic Boston mayoral election is finally here.
We're bringing you the latest from the polling places, the election night parties, and the results as Bostonians make their voices heard. Follow along with us for live updates here: https://t.co/0pVTjowtpK pic.twitter.com/VhzXdRBFnT
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) November 2, 2021
Michelle Wu, a progressive who promised bold change, coasted to victory Tuesday in a historic Boston mayoral election. https://t.co/gkkHIdBAcO
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) November 3, 2021
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) November 3, 2021
As Boston races toward a historic Nov. 2 mayoral election, the streets are awash in color.
The hues — hot pink for Annissa Essaibi George and warm purple for Michelle Wu — are an instant visual reminder that Boston is about to make history. https://t.co/RanSBvPRV0
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) October 28, 2021
⚡️ Michelle Wu makes history as the first woman of color to win the Boston mayoral race https://t.co/5kL3cYMECh
— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Quicktake) November 3, 2021
— Steve Koczela (@skoczela) November 3, 2021
— Laney Broussard (@AlanisBroussard) November 3, 2021
Good Globe analysis of Wu's stomping win.
* Carried 19 of 22 wards.
* Won every precinct that backed Janey, Campbell & Barros in the prelim.
* Won many precincts Walsh won in 2017.
* Highest vote total in 40 years.
* Won Walsh & AEG's home precinct. https://t.co/O0Ib4B15o3
— Ellen Barry (@EllenBarryNYT) November 4, 2021
If Michelle Wu wins Boston’s mayoral election, she could break a barrier nationally for Asian American politicians, who historically haven’t fared well in big-city races despite being part of the country’s fastest-growing electorate. https://t.co/jHJjesMOrg
— The New York Times (@nytimes) October 28, 2021
— Boston.com (@BostonDotCom) November 2, 2021
Michelle Wu makes history as first Asian American woman elected as Boston mayor https://t.co/HlLXl15cen
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) November 3, 2021
Two major U.S. cities have elected their first Asian American mayor and a third could join them. Michelle Wu will be Boston's next mayor and Aftab Pureval won in Cincinnati. Also running is Seattle's Bruce Harrell, who is Black and Japanese American. https://t.co/p4rtxFgqDM
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) November 3, 2021
BREAKING: Michelle Wu has won Boston's mayoral race, breaking a 199-year streak of white, male city leaders to become the city's first woman and first person of color elected to the post.https://t.co/mvW7vaCeNT
— NPR (@NPR) November 3, 2021
— Eli Rosenberg NBC10 Boston (@EliNBCBoston) November 3, 2021
“What we deserve is a Boston where all of us are seen, heard, treasured and valued. A Boston for everyone.” Democratic candidate Michelle Wu addresses supporters after projected mayoral victory in Boston. pic.twitter.com/VH8ztdUmmw
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 3, 2021
Michelle Wu set to make history after Annissa Essaibi George concedes in Boston mayoral race.
CNN has not yet projected the race https://t.co/2eozVHr7jX
— CNN (@CNN) November 3, 2021
— KGUN 9 On Your Side (@kgun9) November 3, 2021
Secretary of State William Galvin expects that the total number of votes cast in Boston's election on Tuesday will slightly lag the 2013 contest, the last time the city had an open mayoral race. https://t.co/Kcq8bEW4Nq
— WBUR (@WBUR) November 1, 2021
As the Boston mayoral race results emerged, it was clear Barrington native Michelle Wu was elected as the city's 1st female and Asian American mayor. https://t.co/LjWpwp47M4
— ABC 7 Chicago (@ABC7Chicago) November 3, 2021
Born on Chicago’s South Side, raised in Barrington and educated in bureaucracies when she wrestled with City Hall to open a tea house in North Center, Michelle Wu is the first woman and the first person of color to be elected mayor of Boston. https://t.co/oqgQXGI6LM
— Chicago Sun-Times (@Suntimes) November 3, 2021