Early voting begins Oct. 23, and Election Day is Nov. 2. Buffalo voters will either write down Byron Brown's name and vote him in for an unprecedented fifth term or choose the winner of June's Democratic primary, India Walton, a Democratic socialist, as the city's next mayor. Take a look at our coverage of the race over the last few months leading up to the election.

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"I am proud to endorse India Walton for mayor of Buffalo," Gillibrand, a New York Democrat, said in a statement. "She ran a truly impressive grassroots campaign and clearly has a heart for public service."

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Rep. Tom Suozzi is betting – and it might prove a risky bet in New York – that Buffalo and the rest of the state does not embrace far left politics. The winner of the Democratic primary in Buffalo is betting otherwise.

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"We announced in August that we would be participating in one debate – one more than Byron Brown agreed to during the primary election – and we fulfilled that commitment earlier this month," Walton said in part of a statement.

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When Steven M. Casey appeared in a federal courtroom Thursday to answer wire fraud charges against his political consulting company, he may have provided a trove of potential campaign fodder aimed at his old boss – Mayor Byron W. Brown.

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Brown, four-term leader of New York's second largest city and former chairman of the Democratic State Committee, must soldier on without Buffalo Democrats that are either tired of his reign or sensing new political currents flowing through the city.