On the Lhota campaign trail – Terence Cullen November 7, 2013UncategorizedTerence Cullen Republican mayoral candidate Joe Lhota greeted voters Tuesday morning at the 86th Street and Lexington Avenue subway station. CUNY News/Terence M. Cullen Lhota in between shaking hands with commuters Tuesday morning about 12 hours before a crushing loss. Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani poses with a teenager and takes what he says is his first “selfie.” Chris Guerrero, 51, of East Harlem talked to reporters after speaking with Lhota. He said he and the candidate met and spoke for half an hour a few days after 9/11. Before leaving, Guerrero, a DHS employee, told Lhota: “I’ll run into you when you’re in City Hall.” Lhota watches his ballot get scanned as he voted in Downtown Brooklyn. He told reporters afterward he was confident in a victory that night. Lhota personally thanked a campaigner in Cadman Plaza before heading into a radio interview with Geraldo Rivera. Lhota left Brooklyn and said he was going to meet supporters for the rest of the day until polls closed. He lost by 49 points that night.