With one week to go before Election Day, things got fiery between Eric Adams and Curtis Sliwa.
NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The second and final debate for the New York City mayoral race took place at WABC-TV Studios on Tuesday night.
Democratic candidate Eric Adams and Republican counterpart Curtis Sliwa faced off with just a week to go before Election Day.
The two men running to become New York City's next mayor offered starkly different visions about how to lead the nation's largest city out of the pandemic.
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They took the stage one last time before the election on November 2 and hoped to sway voters who are still undecided.
WABC-TV co-hosted the debate with the League of Women Voters of NYC, Univision 41 Nueva York, Hispanic Federation, and NAACP NYS Conference.
Eyewitness News anchor Bill Ritter moderated the debate.
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