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By Christine Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - Newly reelected New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg spent more than $77 million in his own money to win his second term, breaking his own record for election spending, campaign documents revealed on Monday.
By Ana Driver NEW YORK (Reuters) - Republican New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg ruled out running for higher office on Wednesday, a day after a city of mostly registered Democratic voters handed him a landslide victory.
By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK (Reuters) - Republican New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg was re-elected to a second term by a large margin on Tuesday after what is believed to be the most costly race in the city's history.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg was re-elected to a second term on Tuesday in a widely predicted victory after the most costly race in city history, media outlets reported.
By Paul J. Gough NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - It's not anywhere near the record spending levels of 2004's presidential election, but campaign advertising took an upswing with a flurry of TV spots on the California ballot referendums and the New York mayoral race.
By Christine Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York called off a high alert for the city's subways on Monday after detainees in Iraq thought to be plotting to bomb the nation's biggest transit system indicated the threat lacked credibility.
By Joseph A. Giannone NEW YORK (Reuters) - Democrats hoping to unseat Republican Mayor Michael Bloomberg averted a runoff for their party's nomination when the runner-up conceded on Wednesday and threw his support to the top vote-getter in this week's primary.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. congressman whose strong showing in the New York Democratic mayoral primary had threatened to force a runoff conceded to the top vote winner, former Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer on Wednesday.
By Christopher Michaud NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer was the top vote-getter in New York's Democratic mayoral primary on Tuesday, but it was unclear whether he could avoid a runoff with the runner-up, U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner.
By Christopher Michaud NEW YORK (Reuters) - Voters in this overwhelmingly Democratic city headed to the polls on Tuesday to choose a candidate for what analysts say is the probably futile task of challenging the popular Republican incumbent, Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
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