Fifteen Candidates on New York City November 2013 Ballot for Mayor

From Ballot Access News, September 27, 2013: 

Fifteen candidates will appear on the November 5, 2013 ballot for Mayor of New York city. They are: Bill de Blasio, Democratic-Working Families; Joe Lhota, Republican-Conservative-Students First; Adolfo Carrion, Independence; Anthony Gronowicz, Green; Michael Sanchez, Libertarian; Dan Fein, Socialist Workers; Carl Person, Reform; Randy Credico, Tax Wall Street; Michael Dilger, Flourish Every Person; Jimmy McMillan, Rent is 2 Damn High; Joe Melaragno, Affordable Tomorrow; Jack Hidari, Jobs & Education; Mike Greys, Freedom; Erick Salgado, School Choice; Sam Sloan, War Veterans.

This is the highest number of candidates for New York city in a general election in the history of government-printed ballots.

4 thoughts on “Fifteen Candidates on New York City November 2013 Ballot for Mayor

  1. Mark Axinn

    Mike Sanchez will come in third.

    I know he wants to win, but I am more realistic than he is.

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