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NEW YORK — In less than two weeks, New Yorkers will cast their vote for who they want to be the city’s new mayor.

Will frontrunner Democratic candidate Eric Adams become New York City’s new mayor or will Republican candidate Curtis Sliwa win voters over?

PIX11 News hosted a forum between the two candidates Monday evening in which they answered questions on different topics, including COVID-19, vaccine mandates, schools, crime and youth violence. 

The full one-on-one conversations are below. Don’t have time to watch? Here are the main takeaways:

Watch Dan Mannarino’s interview with Eric Adams:

Watch Dan Mannarino’s interview with Curtis Sliwa:

The forum was live from 7 to 8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 25, with a preview special at 6:30 p.m.