Skip to comments.Nicole Malliotakis on Trying to Become New York’s First Female Mayor
Posted on 07/08/2017 8:06:52 PM PDT by GuavaCheesePuff
In 2013, one storyline of the raucous and unpredictable Democratic mayoral primary was Christine Quinns bid to become the first woman elected Mayor of New York City. Then the City Council Speaker and the early frontrunner in the race, Quinn largely avoided talking about that history-making potential. Running as the continuity-with-change candidate based on her close working relationship with outgoing Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Quinn finished third in a crowded primary field behind the eventual winner of the election, Bill de Blasio.
As de Blasio seeks reelection this year, he appears set to face Republican Nicole Malliotakis in the general election -- de Blasio is a heavy favorite in his Democratic primary and Malliotakis became the presumptive GOP nominee after her toughest competition, real estate executive Paul Massey, dropped from the race last week.
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So if voters do not vote for her does that make them sexist since the liberals like to use sexism as an attack on us?
What if Burgermeister Wilhelm decided to identify as a woman? That would pull the rug right out from under her feet, wouldn’t it?
She’s also millennial (37) and half Cuban (which makes her Latina.)
She has both the Republican and Conservative lines.
She's of Cuban and Greek ancestry.
If she wins, she can serve up to 12 years in Gracie Mansion. She’ll be a rising star.
We should all donate to her campaign.
Then she should say she identifies as a New Yorker!
Sadly, Burgermeister Wilhelm received 75% of the votes - alas, NYC is a communist hellhole and a lost cause.
yeah but Wilhelm has a black wife
Will Hillary allow this?
Nice, I hope she’ll win, not because she’d be the first women NY City mayor, but she would be a million times better than the idiot in there now.
In New York? That will probably COST her votes.
For 20 years before that, they elected mayors who ran on the Republican line. The city was clean, crime was low, and things worked. Then DeBloodio came in.
It’s not as hopeless as you think. Many writers seem to think Comrade DeBloodio may have trouble getting re-elected.
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