Brad Lander, Corey Johnson, Michael Barber discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
67 on Wall Street. Let's get more New York City Democratic primary results and more global news from Bloomberg's Michael Barber. Thank you very much. Nathan. New York City Council member Brad Lander, who won the endorsement of Progressive Democrats won the Democratic primary for city comptroller after a tally of absentee ballots tilted the race in his favor. The Associated Press called the race for Lander, a city Council member, backed by representative Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez, Senator Elizabeth born And endorsed by The New York Times. Lander 1 52% of the vote compared with 48% for City Council speaker Corey Johnson, who conceded last night. The people who helped get New York City through the pandemic are being honored at a parade. Mayor Bill de Blasio says the event today will honor a range of people, including workers and health care, transportation, education and infrastructure. They deserve marched down the canyon of heroes because it's something that is reserved for the greatest folks in history. The Blasio also says because of the heat of post parade ceremony has been scrapped. New YORK Governor Andrew Cuomo has declared gun violence, a statewide emergency treated like a public health issue. We know how to deal with an epidemic. What we want to say is we want to do with gun violence, What we just did with Covid it, Governor. Cuomo says The move creates an office in the state Department of Health dedicated to the issue. Michael Bloomberg, the founder and majority owner of Bloomberg, L. P. The parent, Bloomberg Radio is a donut of groups that supported gun control, including every town for gun safety. Hurricane warning is in effect for a long stretch of the Florida coast. As Elsa will spin through this morning. Elsa is now down to a tropical storm. There were no immediate reports of damage or injury. Nearly two weeks of searching has led to the discovery of more bodies underneath the rubble of the collapsed condo building and Surfside, Florida The number of confirmed deaths is now 36 109 people missing. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine. Cava said she received a phone call yesterday from President.