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The former New York City mayor's past statements and political positions are coming under increased scrutiny as he surges in the polls.

BLOOMBERG TO DEBATE: Billionaire former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will appear for the first time on a Democratic debate stage Wednesday night – surging in the polls but facing fire from several candidates in the field. @EvaPilgrim  reports.

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg is skipping all the early states — banking instead on performing well on Super Tuesday. Polls show the former New York City mayor gaining traction.

The candidate who has spent the most money in the Democratic race and is rising in some polls isn’t at tonight’s debate — former New York City Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg has spent over $163 million on advertising alone in less than 2 months.

Bloomberg most popular of last three New York City mayors — Blas polls just 35 percent

Bloomberg most popular of last three New York City mayors — Blas polls just 35 percent

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Polls are now CLOSED in New York City. See our Election Results page for live updates in the races for Public Advocate and Queens DA, as well as the proposed amendments to NYC's charter. #NY1Politics 

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Decisions are made by those who show up and polls are open until 9 PM tonight. SHOW UP, New York City! Head to for more information and call 311 if you run into any problems voting. #DemocracyNYC 

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TO THE POLLS: A New York dad shows his twin sons how to vote as the city casts ballots for county and municipal races in one of several elections across the country today.

The 5 ballot questions New York City is asking voters to weigh in on cover 19 proposals. Read our overview before heading to the polls, which close at 9 p.m. ET tonight

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TO THE POLLS: A New York dad shows his twin sons how to vote as the city casts ballots for county and municipal races in one of several elections across the country today.

American League All-Star voting shortstop rankings, by city: 1. Minnesota 2. Houston 3. New York 4. Cleveland The polls close today. Are we going to let New York edge us out, and leave Francisco Lindor out of The Election? GO VOTE NOW:

WOMEN'S MARCH: From New York City to Los Angeles and many cities in between, thousands of women and their supporters took to the streets Saturday, vowing to show up at the polls this year for midterm elections amid the government shutdown and outrage over Pres. Trump's agenda.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks to participants at the Women's March 2019 in New York City: "Last year we brought the power to the polls, and this year we need to make sure that we translate that power into policy."

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks to participants at the Women's March 2019 in New York City: "Last year we brought the power to the polls, and this year we need to make sure that we translate that power into policy."

Polls close in a little under 45 minutes, New York City. But if you’re in line when polls close at 9 PM, STAY IN LINE. You will still be able to vote.

The polls are open until 9 PM, New York City! Grab a friend or loved one and get out to vote today — and remember to #FlipYourBallot . We need every single voter to show up and be counted. If you have any questions, head to .

It's #ElectionDay , New York City, and polls are OPEN! Head to for everything you need to know, and get out to vote!

Polls are now closed in New York City, where voters decide who will be the next mayor #CNNElection 

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