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“Relationships have been formed,” he said. “We’ve had people coming to church from the campaign trail.” He said his work would go on in the community he has lived in for nearly three decades. 

Kirsten Foy, another pastor running for city council, trailed his opponent by fewer than 100 votes, which was too close to call. 

And Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer defeated disgraced former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer to be city comptroller. The position is uncontested in the general election. 

Emily Belz
Emily Belz

Emily, who has covered everything from political infighting to pet salons for The Indianapolis Star, The Hill, and the New York Daily News, reports for WORLD Magazine from New York City. Follow Emily on Twitter @emlybelz.


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