by William White | September 13, 2013 2:32 pm
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, said on Friday, that he won’t be endorsing any of the candidates running to succeed him as mayor.
Bloomberg claimed that he doesn’t want to do anything that could complicate the job for his successor. He said that he will continue to do his job and that he will help the next mayor. Bloomberg said that the most important thing he can do after the November election is to get the next mayor up to date on what is happening in the city, reports the Associated Press.
“Whoever the voters elect, I want to make sure that person is ready to succeed, to take what we’ve done and build on that,” Bloomberg told The New York Times.
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