Councilwoman poised to become NYC's next public advocate

A New York City Council member who represents Brooklyn, Letitia James, won the Democratic Party's runoff for the post of New York's public advocate. Because there is no Republican candidate, she is almost certain to become the next public advocate, replacing mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio. That would make her the first black woman to hold a citywide office in New York.

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