The Blasio mayor of New York again

World November 8, 2017 05:57

new york - The Democrat Bill de Blasio convincingly won the elections of the city of New York on Tuesday. In doing so, he assured himself of a second term as mayor of the metropolis.

According to the first results, De Blasio has 65 percent of the votes, and with that he has republished opponent Nicole Malliotakis with great reports. The profit was expected, New York has been a democratic ballet for years.

The Blasio has developed as one of the main criticisms of President Trump. The 56-year-old De Blasio belongs to the left wing of the Democratic Party. He became in 2014 due to 73 percent of the votes mayor of the metropolis. The municipality has more than 8.5 million inhabitants and there are still 15 million people living there.

He is the 109th mayor of New York. In 2014 he took over the reins of billionaire Michael Bloomberg, who spent twelve years in the town hall. That is no longer feasible for De Blasio, he can only stay two terms, so the city has decided through a referendum.

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