Meet Your Mayor

Borough Edition

Answer the questions below to see which candidates for NYC mayor agree with you most

Welcome to Meet Your Mayor, which shows you how the candidates’ stands fit with your take on the issues that matter most to New Yorkers.

If you’re new to Meet Your Mayor, learn more about how it works and what to expect now through the June 22 primary.

Answer the following four questions on borough issues to see which candidates for mayor most closely match the future you want to see for New York City.

The Bronx

The soccer team NYCFC, largely owned by the royal family of the United Arab Emirates, is looking to build its own stadium, after sharing Yankee Stadium since it debuted in 2015.

Question 1 of 5

The Bronx: Do you support building a stadium for the NYCFC soccer club next to Yankee Stadium?

Candidates who agree with you


The utility National Grid has proposed building a natural gas pipeline that would run from Greenpoint to Brownsville, transporting fuel underground via East Williamsburg, Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Question 2 of 5

Brooklyn: Do you support the National Grid’s proposal to expand its natural gas facilities, including building a pipeline through parts of Brownsville, Bed-Stuy, Bushwick, and Williamsburg?

Candidates who agree with you


Even before the pandemic, high rents in many Manhattan neighborhoods coincided with numerous empty storefronts and a proliferation of chain retailers. Even more stores are vacant now.

Question 3 of 5

Manhattan: Do you support commercial rent control?

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NYC’s current mayor proposed building a vast new affordable housing development atop the train yard in Sunnyside, along with a new transit hub.

Question 4 of 5

Queens: The Sunnyside Master Plan envisions 12,000 affordable homes, a new regional rail station, 60 acres of open space and more to be built atop a platform over the western Queens rail yard. Will you work to realize the plan?

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Staten Island

Staten Island Ferry service scaled back early in the pandemic and is still not back to its usual every-half-hour round-the-clock schedule.

Question 5 of 5

Staten Island: Will you commit to restoring 24/7 half-hour service on the Staten Island Ferry? If so, when?

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Your Borough Edition Matches

  • June 8, 2021: Added answers for Ray McGuire on Queens, Staten Island, Manhattan and The Bronx.

Reporting by Ann Choi and Mónica Cordero, development by Will Welch, editing by Alyssa Katz. Candidate images from Ben Fractenberg/THE CITY, Alejandro Durán/THE CITY, Shutterstock and campaign websites.