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  Badillo, Herman
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AffiliationDemocratic  
  1975-01-01  
 
NameHerman Badillo
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Bronx, New York , United States
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Born August 21, 1929
DiedDecember 03, 2014 (85 years)
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Apr 29, 2016 03:02am
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Infoborn in Caguas, P.R., August 21, 1929; attended the New York City public schools; B.B.A., City College of New York, 1951; LL.B., Brooklyn Law School, 1954; admitted to the New York bar in 1955 and commenced practice in New York City; certified public accountant, 1956; commissioner, New York City Department of Relocation, 1962-1965; elected Bronx, N.Y., borough president, 1965-1969; delegate to New York State Constitutional convention, 1967; delegate to Democratic National Convention, 1968; unsucceessful candidate for the Democratic nomination for mayor of New York City, 1969, 1973, and 1977; elected as a Democrat to the Ninety-second and to the three succeeding Congresses; served from January 3, 1971, until his resignation December 31, 1977, to become a deputy mayor of New York City for the term commencing in January 1978 and served in that capacity until his resignation in September 1979; resumed the practice of law in New York City; chairman, Board of Directors of the State of New York Mortgage Agency, February 1984-May 1986; unsuccessful candidate for New York State comptroller in 1986; candidate for the Democratic nomination for mayor of New York City in 1993 until he withdrew from the race; unsuccessful Republican-Liberal Fusion candidate for New York City comptroller in 1993; is a resident of the Bronx, N.Y.


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RACES
  09/25/2001 New York City Mayor - R Primary Lost 25.32% (-40.54%)
  11/02/1993 New York City Comptroller Lost 41.64% (-14.36%)
  09/14/1993 NYC Comptroller - D Primary Lost 30.90% (-4.35%)
  11/04/1986 NY Comptroller Lost 40.07% (-17.14%)
  09/08/1977 NYC Mayor - D Primary Lost 11.03% (-8.79%)
  11/02/1976 NY District 21 Won 98.57% (+97.14%)
  09/14/1976 NY District 21 - D Primary Won 74.26% (+48.53%)
  11/05/1974 NY District 21 Won 96.69% (+93.38%)
  06/26/1973 NYC Mayor - D Runoff Lost 39.19% (-21.62%)
  06/04/1973 NYC Mayor - D Primary Won 29.12% (+0.00%)
  03/19/1973 NYC Mayor - L Convention Lost 2.51% (-83.12%)
  11/07/1972 NY District 21 Won 86.90% (+75.48%)
  07/13/1972 US Vice President - D Convention Lost 0.10% (-58.97%)
  06/20/1972 NY District 21 - D Primary Won 78.74% (+57.48%)
  11/03/1970 NY District 21 Won 83.71% (+67.43%)
  06/22/1970 NY District 21 - D Primary Won 30.02% (+2.28%)
  06/17/1969 NYC Mayor - D Primary Lost 27.92% (-4.93%)
  11/02/1965 Bronx Borough President Won 46.46% (+0.49%)
  09/14/1965 Bronx Borough President - D Primary Won 50.07% (+0.13%)
ENDORSEMENTS
NY US President - R Primary - Feb 05, 2008 R Rudy Giuliani
NY US President - D Primary - Apr 07, 1992 D Tom Harkin
NYC Mayor - D Primary - Sep 12, 1989 D Edward I. Koch
NY US President - D Primary - Apr 19, 1988 D Michael S. Dukakis
Manhattan Borough President - D Primary - Sep 10, 1985 D Jerrold L. Nadler
NYC Council 08 - D Primary - Sep 23, 1982 D Roberto Anazagasti
Manhattan Borough President - Nov 03, 1981 D David Dinkins
NY District 21 Special - Feb 14, 1978 D Robert Garcia
New York City Mayor - Nov 08, 1977 D Edward I. Koch
NYC Council President - D Primary Runoff - Sep 19, 1977 D Paul O'Dwyer
NY US Senate - D Primary - Sep 14, 1976 D Bella S. Abzug
US Vice President - Appointment - Dec 19, 1974 NPA Reject
US Vice President - Appointment - Dec 06, 1973 NPA Reject
New York City Mayor - Nov 04, 1969 D John V. Lindsay