Among the millions of dollars raised by four Democratic contenders for the office of New York City comptroller, public finance professionals have played a small role, contributing thousands of dollars, campaign finance records show.

Tomorrow, voters in the Democratic primary will make their choice for one of four City Council members to become the city’s fiscal watchdog. With recent polls showing none of the candidates approaching the 40% of the vote needed to secure the party nomination, tomorrow night could be a prelude to a Sept. 29 runoff before facing Republican Joe Mendola in November.

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