Mayoral roundup: Adams buoyed by big union investment, Garcia and Wiley earn women’s health endorsements

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As the 2021 Democratic primary for New York City mayor hits the homestretch, one union is set to spend some serious bucks helping to elect Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams as the city’s next chief executive.

District Council 37 said on Thursday that it would embark on a $500,000 promotional campaign in the final weeks of the contest, spending most of those resources in support of Adams. The union released a new digital ad touting Adams as the “essential workers champion” and a protector of jobs in New York.

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