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Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Ongoing Updates: Democrat Eric Adams Elected Mayor of New York

Associated Press

NEW YORK – Democrat Eric Adams was elected mayor of New York after nimbly defeating Republican Curtis Sliva.

Adams is the president of the Brooklyn area and a former captain of the New York City Police Force. He will become the city’s second black mayor and must manage the damaged metropolis by recovering from the coronavirus pandemic.

Adams’ victory on Tuesday seemed almost certain after he emerged 7-1 in a crowded Democratic primary in a city where Democrats outnumbered Republicans were 7-1.

Plum is the founder of the Guardian Angels Crime Patrol. He ran a campaign marked with stunts and his signature red beret.



– The Virginia Governor’s Race is a test of how voters feel about Joe Biden’s presidency.

– What to watch on Election Day, with the election of governors and the vote to dissolve the police department among issues across the country

– The economy is the main problem facing the voters of Virginia, after the pandemic and education.

– Chalkboard races are emerging as a new front in culture war as discontent with coronavirus restrictions and anti-racism curriculum reach a boiling point.

– Elections are being held for three open congressional seats in Ohio and Florida.

– Voters in Minneapolis weigh the fate of the city’s police department after the death of George Floyd.

“The Mayor’s Race could be a milestone for Asian Americans.

– Election officials appear set to have a relatively smooth election day after a year of considering false claims and death threats.


COLUMBUS, OH – Democrat Shontel Brown won the Cleveland area seat previously held by Biden’s Housing Secretary Marcia Fudge in Tuesday’s early election.

Brown is a member of the Cuyahoga County Council, which also leads the County Democratic Party. She defeated Republican Laverne Gore, a business owner and activist, in the 11th congressional district. The area is very democratic and stretches from Cleveland to Akron.

Brown will fill Fudge’s remaining term, which runs until January 2023, and is set to be re-elected to the post next year.

Her election marks a victory for Establishment Democrats who have sought to protect the district from progressive takeover. Her supporters included Hillary Clinton, US Representative Jim Cliburn, and several unions.

But the victory may be short-lived. Defeated Brown’s main adversary, progressive Nina Turner, has already started campaigning for the full term of office of Congress, which will be announced in 2022.


Republican Glenn Youngkin has gone to great lengths to keep former President Donald Trump at arm’s length in his rivalry for Virginia’s governor against Democrat Terry McAuliffe. The strategy seems to have had the expected effect.

Most Virginia voters say they are negative about the former president, but Yangkin is doing better, according to the AP VoteCast poll. About half have a positive attitude towards the former head of private capital.

The economy has been recognized as a major challenge facing the Commonwealth, lagging behind the coronavirus and education pandemic, and voter views of President Joe Biden’s actions are divided.

Tuesday’s election is the competition most watched since Biden defeated Trump last year. It is widely seen as an indicator of how voters are feeling ahead of next year’s midterm elections, and it can serve as a blueprint for both parties to campaign in competitive states.

Biden beat Virginia by 10 percentage points last year. Now 48% of Virginia voters approve of Biden’s work, while 52% disapprove.

Voters who saw economics and education as their top concerns were more likely to support Yangkin over McAuliffe. Voters who identified COVID-19 as the main issue supported McAuliffe, not Yangkin. McAuliffe also received support from a majority of about 2 out of 10 who cited health care, climate change or racism as a top issue.


Voters voting in a tough race for Virginia’s governor see the economy as the main challenge facing the Commonwealth, given the coronavirus pandemic and education.

In a contest between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin, 34% of Virginia’s voters said the economy and jobs were the most important issues facing the state. Seventeen percent cite COVID-19, and 14% choose education. That’s according to the AP VoteCast poll.

Health (7%), climate change (7%), racism (5%), immigration (5%), abortion (5%) and law enforcement (4%) are all lower-level issues.

The race is the most closely watched and competitive competition since Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump last year, and is seen as an indicator of voter sentiment ahead of next year’s midterm elections.

Yangkin, a former wealth manager, often argued that Virginia’s economy was “in a ditch,” but most voters disagreed. 56% said the state’s economy was doing well, compared with 44% who said economic conditions were poor.

Schools have become the focus of the race in its final weeks. A quarter of Virginia voters say the debate over the teaching of critical race theory in schools was the single most important factor in their vote for governor, but a similar percentage identified the debate over COVID-19 in schools as the most important.


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