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Bill de Blasio was elected mayor of New York City on Tuesday after receiving over 73 percent of the vote. Now some residents are asking the mayor-elect to follow through with his promise to reform the NYPD's controversial stop-and-frisk policy. On the campaign trail, de Blasio vowed to drop a city appeal - brought forth by exiting mayor Michael Bloomberg - to halt a prior court decision instituting reforms to stop-and-frisk. The appeal allows the city to continue the practice, which gives the NYPD authority to stop, search and question anybody they view as suspicious.