Joe Lhota, de Blasio square off in 2nd NYC mayoral debate

The candidates for New York City mayor squared off for their second debate Tuesday evening. Republican Joe Lhota and Democrat Bill de Blasio spoke on

NEW YORK - The candidates for New York City mayor squared off for their second debate Tuesday evening.

Republican Joe Lhota and Democrat Bill de Blasio spoke on a variety of issues including stop and frisk, affordable housing and education.

The two will meet for a final time on Oct. 29.

Election Day is Nov. 5.

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