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BY: Nic Rowan
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D), who continues to tease a potential 2020 presidential run, spoke to a group of only 20 people during a Sunday event in New Hampshire, the New York Post reports.
De - Blasio - Crowd - Size - Ranks
De Blasio's crowd size ranks with some lower-tier candidates lagging in the already wide Democratic field. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) has drawn similar numbers in the Granite State. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, on the other hand, attracted up to 300 people at recent events. Warren has been in fourth place among Democrats in New Hampshire primary polls.
De Blasio appeared in New Hampshire as part of a roundtable on mental health, along with 14 panel members, who comprised most of his audience. Aside from the six reporters sent to cover the event, only six people showed up to see the mayor of America's largest city and possible presidential contender speak.
Mayor - New - Hampshire - Wife - Chirlane
The mayor has been touring New Hampshire with his wife, Chirlane McCray, as he contemplates a possible presidential run. In addition to promoting McCray's ThriveNYC, a mental health program currently under...
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