Campaign Roundup: Quinn says she wasn't overacting by walking out of Living Wage press conference

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2013 Mayoral Race Christine Quinn insists she [didn't overreact]( by walking out of the living wage press conference yesterday. But Bill de Blasio [called Quinn out]( for her departure, saying that if she truly believed in the cause, she would have stayed. A rally in support of John Liu, the comptroller [essentially said]( he would be running for mayor. Ray Kelly says he is "contemplating" [a run for]( mayor. Manhattan Charlie Rangel says [ballot switcheroo]( rumors about him are "flattering." Melissa Mark-Viverito and Inez Dickens, contenders to be the next Council speaker, both [showed up at]( the John Liu rally. Queens Joe Addabbo is [starting to]( fundraise for his race against Eric Ulrich. Elsewhere There a number of [congressional rematches]( this year, as New York Democrats see the 2010 Tea Party wave as a one-time fluke. Sean Patrick Maloney [is the state]( Democratic Party's pick to take on Nan Hayworth. George Demos' new ad [calls Republican]( primary opponent Randy Altschuler a "despicable" loser. To read more from City & State [click here](

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