NYC Democratic Mayoral Candidates Get Millions in Donations from Wall Street

The leaders of Wall Street have spent more than $9 million into endorsing candidate for the mayoral race of New York City, CNBC informed.

The biggest sums were reserved for Andrew Yang, a former presidential candidate and Eric Adams, a Brooklyn Borough President.

According to CNBC reviews, a super PAC that endorses Adams got more than $4 million from finance sector executives. Two groups that are pro-Yang, a super PAC and another 527 group, has received more than $3 million from the financial executives.

The executives has also donated over $2 million to a super PAC that supports one of their former coworkers, Ray McGuire, who worked as Citigroup executive.

The candidate who will win the primary race, is set to also win the general election set for November.

The enormous sums and donations can show the importance of the NYC mayoral race for the Wall Street.

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