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New York City’s Democratic mayoral primary is heading toward an uncertain finish when voters go to the polls Tuesday as the field’s top tier jockeys for position in the final stretch.The leading Democratic contenders include Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, former New York City Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia and former presidential candidate Andrew YangAndrew YangZaid Jilani: Garcia, Yang alliance in NYC mayoral primary represents effort to block Adams Adams volunteer stabbed while canvassing in the Bronx Yang campaign touts donations from 24K individuals, claims new record MORE, three centrists, and civil rights lawyer Maya Wiley, who is backed by many progressive lawmakers and advocacy groups.Polls show that while Adams leads the crop, the race remains up for grabs for any of the four top contenders.Here are five things to watch as voting starts. However, Garcia declined to make a reciprocal call to her supporters.The not-quite-alliance seemed to be an effort to undercut Adams’s momentum, leading the former police captain to accuse Garcia and Yang of trying to prevent a Black or Hispanic candidate from winning the mayoralty.“For them to come together like they are doing in the last three days, they’re saying we can’t trust a person of color to be the mayor of the city of New York when this city is overwhelmingly people of color,” Adams said over the weekend.Observers say such groupings are common in ranked choice voting, though it’s unclear if the late announcement will trickle down to Garcia and Yang’s respective supporters.“I think it's smart to try to be each other's number one and number two,” said progressive strategist Luke Hayes.

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