Curtis Sliwa took to the streets of Midtown to discuss his plans for the city if he were to be elected Mayor, with a specific focus on public safety. And now that Eric Adams is the official victor of the Democratic Primary, he extended an invitation for Adams to join him out on the streets, even going as far as to say that he would debate Adams in a different neighborhood of a different borough every week. Curtis also reminded voters that they had the option to vote for him on the Independent Party line if they did not want to vote for him on the Republican line.


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