Mayoral roundup: Adams blast violence, Garcia rolls out veterans plan, Yang gets star for TV spot

Tuesday marks three weeks until the June 22 Democratic primary, and three of the frontrunners remained busy courting voters on Memorial Day Monday as most New Yorkers enjoyed the holiday.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams spoke out against a recent spate of violence in the city, underscoring his support of robust law enforcement and public safety initiatives to stop crime across the five boroughs.

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