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NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio Enters 2020 Presidential Race

Newsy Thursday, 16 May 2019
Watch VideoNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is the 23rd Democratic candidate running in the 2020 presidential primary.

"As president, I will take on the wealthy; I will take on the big corporations. I will not rest until this government serves working people," de Blasio said in his announcement video.

His announcement on...
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The two-term mayor has presented himself as a progressive while in office.

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