Races to Watch - New York City Comptroller
The comptroller is an independently elected citywide official who acts as the city's chief finacial officer. His/her job is to ensure the financial health of the city by advising the mayor, the City Council and the public of the city's financial condition. The comptroller also makes recommendations on city programs and operations, fiscal policies and financial transactions. The office manages assets of the five New York City pension funds, performs budgetary analysis and audits city agencies.
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