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New York City mayoral hopeful Sal Albanese participates (Credit: AP )

New York City mayoral hopeful Sal Albanese participates in the "New Yorkers for Great Public Schools Mayoral Debate on Education" debate. (May 28, 2013)

Sal Albanese for New York City mayor

Sal Albanese ran in his first mayoral campaign in 1997. Since he has worked in law and finance.

New York City mayoral hopeful Sal Albanese participates
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New York City mayoral hopeful Sal Albanese participates in a stickball challenge in Manhattan. (Aug. 27, 2013)

New York mayoral candidate Randy Credico, center, speaks
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New York mayoral candidate Randy Credico, center, speaks during the Gay Men's Health Crisis Mayoral Forum on HIV/AIDS alongside fellow candidates Sal Albanese, left, Adolfo Carrion, center left, and Bill DeBlasio, right, at the GMHC headquarters in Manhattan. (July 23, 2013)

New York mayoral candidate Sal Albanese speaks during
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New York mayoral candidate Sal Albanese speaks during the Gay Men's Health Crisis Mayoral Forum on HIV/AIDS alongside fellow candidate Adolfo Carrion Jr. at the GMHC headquarters in Manhattan. (July 23, 2013)

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New York mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner, right, speaks
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New York mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner, right, speaks as, from left, Sal Albanese, Bill de Blasio, John Liu, and Bill Thompson listen during the "New Yorkers for Great Public Schools Mayoral Debate on Education." (May 28, 2013)

New York City mayoral hopeful Sal Albanese participates
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New York City mayoral hopeful Sal Albanese participates in the "New Yorkers for Great Public Schools Mayoral Debate on Education" debate. (May 28, 2013)

Democratic mayoral candidates, from left, Manhattan Borough President
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Democratic mayoral candidates, from left, Manhattan Borough President Ruth Messinger, Eric Ruano-Melendez, the Rev. Al Sharpton, and City Councilman Sal Albanese, participate in a debate at St. Francis College in the Brooklyn borough of New York. (Aug. 19, 2997)

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