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News of the Day for Oct. 8

Mar 18, 2010 | Updated May 25, 2011

The newspaper City Hall sat down with Fernando Cabrera, who defeated Maria Baez in the Democratic primary (tantamount to ultimate victory in the heavily Democratic 14th Council District). Cabrera, who is already making the rounds with his Council and political colleagues as well as community groups, says he'll support Annabel Palma for leader of the Bronx delegation.

Mayor Bloomberg and former mayor Rudy Giuliani are teaming up to headline an Oct. 22 fundraiser for the Bronx Republican Party at the Villa Barone Manor. Bloomberg may no longer personally be a Republican but that didn't stop him from successfully courting borough GOP party leaders to get the party's line on the ballot.

On the same night as the GOP Bronx powwow, State Senator Pedro Espada will be throwing a $1,000-a-head birthday party for himself in Manhattan to honor his "historic ascension" to the position of majority leader

Thirty school aides have been laid off in District 10.

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