Daily News Endorses Cy Vance for DA

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The New York daily paper announced Sunday that its endorsing Cy Vance for Manhattan District Attorney saying:

“The clear choice to succeed Robert Morgenthau as Manhattan district attorney is Cy Vance.

For the good of all New Yorkers, leadership of the nation’s premier local prosecutor’s office must go to a top-flight legal talent who shows the superior vision and judgment needed to sustain this criminal justice flagship.

Vance stands well above his rivals in fitness to extend the excellence the city has come to take for granted during Morgenthau’s 35 years at the helm.”

It also took a shot at Vance’s rivals stating

“Rivals Leslie Crocker Snyder and Richard Aborn can’t match Vance.”

You can read the complete endorsement from the Daily News Here

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