New York City mayoral candidate Bill Thompson conceded the Democratic primary race to front-runner Bill de Blasio on Monday, averting a runoff and clearing the way for de Blasio to campaign for the general election.
As the unpredictable and contentious Democratic mayoral primary moved into its final week, the candidates squared off for one last debate Tuesday and took turns bashing the contender threatening to turn the race into a rout.
The surprising new front-runner in the mayor's race received the bulk of the attacks Wednesday in a free-wheeling and often testy debate, the clearest sign yet that the dynamic of the race has changed with less than three weeks to go until the Democratic primary.
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