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Adolfo Carrión Insists Mayoral Election Is a 'Three-Way Race'

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ADOLFO CARRION
UNITED STATES - OCTOBER 12: Bronx Boro President Adolfo Carrion on the roof of the Bronx Courthouse with the old and the new Yankee Stadium behind him. (Photo by Susan Watts/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images) | Getty

With the colorful Democratic and Republican primaries now out of the way, third-party mayoral candidate Adolfo Carrión Jr. is trying to push himself into the spotlight, unveiling his first major policy proposal and insisting he has a shot at Gracie Mansion, despite what the numbers and pundits say.

"Many members of the press and other folks have cast this as a two-way race between a Democrat and Republican and then there's everybody else. Well I am here to let you know that this year we have a three-way race with an independent candidate for mayor of New York City," the former Bronx borough president told reporters on the steps of City Hall.

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