Andrew Yang and Kathryn Garcia are both running to be mayor of New York City—but the rivals campaigned together on Saturday in an alliance born out of the new ranked-choice voting system. The joint appearance infuriated front-runner Eric Adams, who claimed Yang and Garcia want to stop a Black or Latino candidate from winning, The New York Times reported. The teaming-up came just three days before the primary, in which New Yorkers can rank up to five candidates on their ballot. Yang encouraged his supporters to rank him No. 1 and Garcia No. 2, though she did not return the favor. “I am not telling my voters what to do,” she said.
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