2013 Primary Analysis (Part Three): Mop Up

Now that the general election is nearly upon us, it is probably time to finish up my analysis of this year’s primary returns.

In part one, we discussed why Bill Deblasio’s barely missing a runoff nonetheless qualified as a landslide victory; in part two we discussed how the reports of the death of identity politics were greatly exaggerated.  

So, what else have we learned?

Parts one and two pretty much cover to death the strengths and weaknesses of Bill DeBlasio, Bill Thompson, Christine Quinn and John Liu.


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