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Politicians, activists and business owners set their sights on race for mayor of New York


New York (USA), Feb 11 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Alba Vigaray) The chair occupied by Bill de Blasio, the current mayor of New York, "the capital of the world" as many New Yorkers like to call it, will be empty this year and some thirty politicians, activists and business owners have already set their sights on it: The race has only just begun.FOOTAGE OF NEW YORK.

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