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02/14/2005

Ferrer, Weiner, Fields, Miller

by Jeremy Hooper

Ferrer Weiner C. Virginia Fields Gifford Miller

The NY Times poses the difficult question: When running for mayor of NYC, how does one support the homo-gays without losing some of the more conservative voters?

Or more simply: How do you retain Manhattan without pissing off Staten Island?

No Less Than Bloomberg, His Opponents Face a Test Over Stands on Gay Marriage [NY Times]

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