The 2013 New York City mayoral election occurred on November 5, 2013, along with elections for Comptroller, Public Advocate, Borough President, and members of the New York City Council. The incumbent mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg, a Republican-turned-Independent, was term-limited and thus unable to seek re-election to a fourth term in office.

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  • Les élections municipales de 2013 à New York se sont tenues le 5 novembre 2013 afin d'élire le maire de la ville et les conseillers municipaux. Le maire sortant, Michael Bloomberg ne peut se représenter. Effectivement, la loi lui interdit de se représenter après 2 mandats. En 2009, il avait pu se représenter car le conseil municipal avait prolonger le nombre de mandat à 3. En 2010, un référendum rétablit ce chiffre à 2. Le candidat démocrate Bill de Blasio est élu maire et succède à Michael Bloomberg. (fr)
  • A eleição para prefeito da cidade americana de Nova York em 2013 realizou-se em 5 de novembro de 2013. O atual prefeito Michael Bloomberg, um republicano que se tornou independente, foi impedido, pelas regras, de tentar a reeleição para um quarto mandato. As eleições primárias foram realizadas em 10 de setembro de 2013. O candidato republicano foi o ex-presidente do Metropolitan Transportation Authority . E o New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio foi o candidato democrata. Blasio obteve 73,1% dos votos e foi eleito como o novo prefeito da cidade. (pt)
  • The 2013 New York City mayoral election occurred on November 5, 2013, along with elections for Comptroller, Public Advocate, Borough President, and members of the New York City Council. The incumbent mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg, a Republican-turned-Independent, was term-limited and thus unable to seek re-election to a fourth term in office. Primary elections were held on September 10, 2013. The Republican nominee was former Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Joe Lhota. New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio was the Democratic nominee. De Blasio was elected mayor with 73.15% of the vote, becoming New York City's 1st Democratic mayor since 1994. (en)
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  • The following prominent individuals and groups did not endorse any primary candidate: * Michael Bloomberg, outgoing Mayor * Bill and Hillary Clinton * Kirsten Gillibrand, U.S. Senator from New York * Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York * Manhattan Democratic Party * Brooklyn Democratic Party (en)
  • * Peter Koo, city councilman from Flushing * South Shore Democratic Club, of Staten Island * Democratic Organization of Richmond County * Inez Barron, state assemblywoman * CWA Local 1180 * DC 37 (en)
  • * Alfonse D'Amato, former U.S. Senator from New York * Rubén Díaz, Jr., Bronx borough president. * Herman D. Farrell, Jr., state assemblyman, former head of the Manhattan Democratic Party * Richard Ravitch, former lieutenant governor of New York * Hakeem Jeffries, U.S. representative, 8th congressional district * Gregory Meeks, U.S. representative, 5th congressional district * José E. Serrano, U.S. representative, 15th congressional district * José M. Serrano, state senator * Merryl Tisch, New York Board of Regents * UFT, the union representing teachers in the New York City public school system (en)
  • * Rubén Díaz Sr., state senator * Rev. Hector Crespo, President of Clergy for Justice an organization with 300 member churches throughout Brooklyn * Joseph Hayon, a Jewish activist and former Assembly candidate (en)
  • * Edward F. Cox, Chairman of the New York Republican State Committee, although Cox's wife Tricia Nixon Cox rode on a Catsimatidis parade float (en)
  • * The Nation * George Soros, hedge fund manager * SEIU Local 1199, The National Health Care Workers Union, the city's largest trade union * PSC CUNY the union representing faculty and staff at CUNY, the public university system of New York City * Bay Ridge Democrats * CWA District 1 * New York State Nurses Association * Barack Obama Democratic Club of Upper Manhattan * New York Communities for Change, progressive group * Russell Simmons, businessman and celebrity * Howard Dean, former governor of Vermont * Yvette Clarke, U.S. Representative, 9th congressional district * Ruth Hassell-Thompson, State Senator from the Bronx * Bill Perkins, State Senator from Manhattan * Liz Krueger, State Senator from Manhattan * James Sanders, Jr., State Senator from Queens * Luis R. Sepúlveda, State Assemblyman from the Bronx * Brian P. Kavanagh, state assemblyman from Manhattan * Mathieu Eugene, city councilman from Brooklyn * Vincent J. Gentile, city councilman from Brooklyn * Brad Lander, city councilman from Brooklyn * Melissa Mark-Viverito, city councilwoman from Manhattan * Jeffrey Sachs, economist * Benjamin Kabak, transit advocate and blogger * Diane Ravitch, education historian/analyst/author and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education * Alec Baldwin, Harry Belafonte, Steve Buscemi, Alan Cumming, Cynthia Nixon, Chris Noth, Sarah Jessica Parker, Susan Sarandon, Russell Simmons, Aida Turturro, celebrities * New York City Central Labor Council * Vincent Alvarez, President of the New York City Central Labor Council * 32BJ SEIU * Héctor Figueroa, President of 32BJ SEIU * Hotel Trades Council * Peter Ward, President of the Hotel Trades Council * Josh Gold, Political Director of the Hotel Trades Council * Working Families Party * Jerry Nadler, U.S. Representative * Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union * Stuart Appelbaum, President of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union * United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500 * Marty Markowitz, Brooklyn borough president * Former Congresswoman and City Comptroller Liz Holtzman * Planned Parenthood of NYC Political Committee * Karim Camara, state assemblyman from Brooklyn, leader of Albany's black, Hispanic, Asian and Puerto Rican caucus * Assemblywoman Deborah Glick * Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal * Assemblywoman Nily Rozic * Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder * Assemblyman Mike Simanowitz * Assemblywoman Gabriela Rosa * Assemblyman Rafael Espinal * Assemblyman Dick Gottfried * Assemblyman Michael Miller * Assemblyman Walter Mosley * State Senator Daniel Squadron * State Senator Kevin Parker * State Senator Brad Hoylman * State Senator Gustavo Rivera * State Senator Joe Addabbo * State Senator Martin Dilan * Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez * Councilwoamn Tish James * Councilman Donovan Richards * Councilwoman Margaret Chin * Councilman Erik Dilan * Councilman Danny Dromm * Councilman Steve Levin * Councilman Jimmy Vacca * Councilman Dan Garodnick * Former Councilman and Assemblymember Guillermo Linares * City Council Democratic nominee Ritchie Torres * City Council Democratic nominee Carlos Menchaca * City Council Democratic nominee Corey Johnson * City Council Democratic nominee Helen Rosenthal * City Council Democratic nominee Antonio Reynoso * City Council Democratic nominee Mark Levine * Democratic nominee for Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson * United Auto Workers Region 9A * Communication Workers of America Local 1180 President Arthur Cheliotes * International Union of Operating Engineers Local 891 President Robert Troeller * International Union of Operating Engineers Local Unions 94, 94A, and 94B President Kuba Brown * District Leader Paula Melendez * District Leader Corey Provost * District Leader Frank Gulluscio * Former Community Board 1 Chairperson of Lower Manhattan Julie Menin * Dan Cantor, Executive Director of the Working Families Party * Al Sharpton, reverend (en)
  • * Jimmy McMillan, political activist and member of Rent Is Too Damn High Party (en)
  • * Liberal Party of New York * Craig Eaton, Brooklyn Republican Party chairman * Phil Ragusa, Queens Republican Party chairman * Dan Isaacs, Manhattan Republican Party chairman * George E. Pataki, former governor of New York * Dean Skelos, Majority Leader of the New York State Senate * Andrew Lanza, state senator * Nicole Malliotakis, New York State Assemblywoman * Luis Fortuño, former governor of Puerto Rico * Vito Fossella, former U.S. representative from Staten Island (en)
  • * The New York Times * New York Daily News * New York Post * Carolyn Maloney, U.S. Representative, 12th congressional district * Joe Crowley, U.S. Representative, 14th congressional district * Helen Marshall, Queens borough president * Ruth Messinger, former Manhattan borough president * Gloria Steinem, feminist writer and activist * The Late Edward I. Koch, former mayor of New York City * Democratic Organization of Queens County * Matthew Titone, state assemblyman * Dan Quart, state assemblyman * Whoopi Goldberg, Brooke Shields, Candice Bergen, Rob Reiner, George Takei, celebrities (en)
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  • Les élections municipales de 2013 à New York se sont tenues le 5 novembre 2013 afin d'élire le maire de la ville et les conseillers municipaux. Le maire sortant, Michael Bloomberg ne peut se représenter. Effectivement, la loi lui interdit de se représenter après 2 mandats. En 2009, il avait pu se représenter car le conseil municipal avait prolonger le nombre de mandat à 3. En 2010, un référendum rétablit ce chiffre à 2. Le candidat démocrate Bill de Blasio est élu maire et succède à Michael Bloomberg. (fr)
  • A eleição para prefeito da cidade americana de Nova York em 2013 realizou-se em 5 de novembro de 2013. O atual prefeito Michael Bloomberg, um republicano que se tornou independente, foi impedido, pelas regras, de tentar a reeleição para um quarto mandato. As eleições primárias foram realizadas em 10 de setembro de 2013. O candidato republicano foi o ex-presidente do Metropolitan Transportation Authority . E o New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio foi o candidato democrata. Blasio obteve 73,1% dos votos e foi eleito como o novo prefeito da cidade. (pt)
  • The 2013 New York City mayoral election occurred on November 5, 2013, along with elections for Comptroller, Public Advocate, Borough President, and members of the New York City Council. The incumbent mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg, a Republican-turned-Independent, was term-limited and thus unable to seek re-election to a fourth term in office. (en)
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  • Élections municipales de 2013 à New York (fr)
  • Eleição municipal de Nova Iorque em 2013 (pt)
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