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Weiner falls to 4th in new NYC mayoral poll

New York City mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner plunged to fourth place among Democrats in a poll taken since he admitted to having illicit online exchanges with women even after he resigned from Congress amid a sexting scandal.Full story

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A win for Weiner would mean trouble for Democrats

  Anthony Weiner, the NYC mayoral candidate riddled with online sex scandals, is showing some slack in the polls since his latest sexting story went public, but he’s not leaving the race just yet. The Huffington Post’s Howard Fineman and Terry O’Neill, President of the National Organization for Women,

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  Christine Quinn: All we've seen from Weiner is pattern of reckless behavior

New York City Council Speaker and NYC mayoral candidate Christine Quinn joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the state of the race and the recent sexting scandal currently surrounding her challenger Anthony Weiner.

  Just how forgiving are New Yorkers?

The Cycle hosts spin on the first poll numbers since Anthony Weiner’s latest sexting scandal admissions.

  Rattner: The race is fluid, but it won't include Weiner at the end

Top Talkers: Current NYC mayoral candidate and former Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner is facing calls from media outlets and other politicians to step out of the mayoral race after it was revealed he send lewd texts to a woman after resigning from the House. Weiner maintains he is not leaving the rac

  Christine Quinn airs television ad

New York City Council Speaker and mayoral candidate Christine Quinn joins the MSNBC NOW panel with her take on the city races.

  Two political outcasts surge back into relevance

Former Washington, D.C. Mayor Marion Barry joins Melissa Harris-Perry to talk about the latest political bad boys on the rebound, Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner.

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