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Community & Commerce
Jun 24, 2018
“One consultant even told me that if you challenge Carolyn Maloney, you’ll never have lunch in this town again,” exclaims Suraj Patel with a half laugh from his Astor Place campaign headquarters. The former cocktail bar is decked out in Patel’s pale pink and blue campaign posters, signs emblazoned with slogans such as “Competition fuels…
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