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New York City Mayoral Election & Public Advocate Election 2009

New York City Mayoral Election 2009
The New York City mayoral election of 2009 is scheduled to occur on Tuesday, November 3, 2009. The winning candidate will serve from January 1, 2010 until December 31, 2013.

Announced Democratic Candidates
Please note that these candidates have yet to file with the New York City Board of Elections, and hence this is list is tentative, however these Democrats have publicly stated that they are running for mayor.
    * William Thompson – current City Comptroller
    * Tony Avella – current City Council-member representing District 19 in Queens
    * Kevin Coenen – an active, Full Duty Lieutenant in the New York City Fire Department

Potential Democratic Candidates
Please note that these candidates yet to file with the New York City Board of Elections, and hence this is list is tentative, however these Democrats have shown interest in running for mayor.
    * Anthony D. Weiner – U.S. Representative [NY-9] (Queens and Brooklyn)
    * Patricia Harris – Current First Deputy Mayor
    * Helen Marshall – Current Queens Borough President
    * Betsy Gotbaum – Current Public Advocate
    * Donny Deutsch – Host of “The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch”
    * Joel Klein – Chancellor of the NYC Department of Education
    * Debra Markell – Current District Manager in Queens Community Board 2

Registered Republican Candidate
    * Walter Iwachiw – No Information

Announced Republican Candidate
Please note that these candidates have yet to file with the New York City Board of Elections, and hence this is list is tentative, however these Republicans have publicly stated that they are running for mayor.
    * John Catsimatidis – Chief Executive Officer of the Red Apple Group

Potential Republican Candidates
Please note that these candidates yet to file with the New York City Board of Elections, and hence this is list is tentative, however these Republicans have shown interest in running for mayor.
    * Michael Bloomberg – Incumbent Mayor (endorsed by Independent Party, seeking nomination from Working Families Party, seeking permission to run in Republican Primary)
    * Martin J. Golden – Current New York State Senator representing District 22 in Brooklyn
    * Raymond W. Kelly – Current New York City Police Commissioner
    * Susan Molinari – Former Congresswoman, former City Councilwoman, and daughter of Guy Molinari

Independent Party
    * Michael Bloomberg – Incumbent Mayor (endorsed by Independent Party, seeking nomination from Working Families Party, seeking permission to run in Republican Primary)

Libertarian Party
    * Joseph Dobrian – Journalist and TV talk show host

Green Party
    * Billy Talen – Reverend

Social Workers Party
    * Dan Fein – 2005 Candidate for New York City Comptroller

Rent Is Too Damn High Party
    * Jimmy McMillan – 2005 candidate, war veteran

Independent (no affiliation)
    * Dr. Lenora Fulani – Developmental Psychologist, Community Organizer
    * Tyrrell L. Eiland – Non-profit executive, Green Architectural designer, Author

New York City Public Advocate Election 2009
The 2009 election for New York City Public Advocate will take place on Tuesday, November 3, 2009, along with the mayoral election, to elect a new New York City Public Advocate.

Democratic Party
    * Eric Gioia – current City Council-member representing District 26 in Queens
    * Norman Siegel – Civil Liberties Lawyer
    * Bill DeBlasio – current City Council-member representing District 39 in Queens

Republican Party
    * Alex Zablocki – an aide to State Senator Andrew Lanza of Staten Island


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