Lhota: Too little, too late?

With time running short, GOP mayoral candidate tries to close gap

From the November issue: Late last month, a federal appeals court ruled that a political action committee supporting Republican candidate Joe Lhota could begin accepting contributions of any size. The ruling, which struck down an earlier $150,000 annual cap on donations, was a shot in the arm for Lhota, who, according to the city’s Campaign Finance Board, raised only $700,000 in the first three weeks of last month, compared to his rival Bill de Blasio’s $3.7 million. [more]

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