Mayor Wants City Charter Revision to Tackle Campaign Finance; Census 2020 On Agenda

William Neuman in the NY Times writes: “Mayor Bill de Blasio will use the first State of the City address of his second term to announce a plan to change the City Charter as a way to improve the city’s campaign finance system.

Mr. de Blasio, who was plagued during his first term by ethical questions over his political fund-raising and the favors he did for deep-pocketed donors, will announce his plan on Tuesday night in his annual address, according to his press secretary, Eric F. Phillips.”

The Mayor is also expected to announce plans for Census 2020 outreach efforts.

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