Word on the Street: Mayoral election

As voting for the New York City mayor draws closer both Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio and Republican candidate Joe Lhota are doing some last-minute

Both candidates are doing some last-minute campaigning before voting tomorrow.

Both candidates are doing some last-minute campaigning before voting tomorrow. (11/4/13)

BROOKLYN - As voting for the New York City mayor draws closer both Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio and Republican candidate Joe Lhota are doing some last-minute campaigning.

The candidates' recent campaigning efforts have taken them to Brooklyn, where de Blasio is meeting with constituents at the 86th Street subway station and Lhota met with supporters in Bay Ridge yesterday.

Many residents told News 12 that are looking for changes in education, while some say they are just happy that Bloomberg will be exiting the position.

Polls will open at 6 a.m. tomorrow.

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