The 16-year incumbent was challenged by the Sunnyside lawyer, whose campaign had picked up steam in recent weeks with the endorsements of both former Democratic Mayor Ed Koch and current Republican Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.
But Nolan prevailed, capturing 60 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results from the city Board of Elections. Of the 5,290 people who voted, 3,198 voted for Nolan and 2,290 for O
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