NEW YORK (AP) — Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer are charging through a last day of campaigning before the Democratic primary for New York City comptroller.
Spitzer is seeking to rebuild his political career. It was splintered by a 2008 prostitution scandal that spurred his resignation as governor.
Stringer is striving to capture a comptroller nomination he once expected to snag easily.
Their matchup is one of the most sharply contested city races this year. Both candidates are spending Monday making radio appearances, attending rallies and shaking voters' hands on streets and at community centers.
Recent polls have shown the candidates about even or Stringer slightly ahead.
The winner will face the Republican primary victor and other opponents Nov. 5.
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