September 30, 2009 @ 11:10 am
Though yesterday’s runoff election was to determine the winner of the Democratic nomination for Comptroller and Public Advocate, for some of the voters who went to the polls, their vote was cast against Mayor Bloomberg.
Via The New York Times:
At 6:05 a.m., with the sun still not up, Michael Rivadeneyra, 32, hurried into the school, eager to vote before heading off to work. The move by Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and the City Council to rewrite the city’s term limits deeply offended him, and he wanted to register his displeasure at the polls. “It’s a smack in the face to voters,” he said.
(See the story at The New York Times)
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