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The Democratic primary is the most recent election in New York City. It’s the first competitive mayors race since 2013, and the winner is likely to inherit a city still ravaged by a deadly pandemic, an economy in crisis, and a dramatic increase in crime.
To classify the candidates, we took five statistics into account: Donate, Contributors, New York donor’s share, remaining cash and average donation size.
Andrew Yang, Those at the top of our list have drawn from a national fundraising base – a sign of their widespread awareness – and connected with donors in the five districts. That gives him a sizeable war chest, by far the largest number of donors, and a relatively small average contribution.
Scott Stringer has been raising money for years and benefiting from the concentration of well-heeled followers in neighborhoods like the Upper West Side and Brownstone Brooklyn, which also show up in primaries.
Eric Adams has the largest reach of any in the field – and also the largest geographic number of contributors. This gives him a huge advantage as most campaigns start to implement their television advertising strategies even though his posts tend to be on the bigger side.