After months — years, even — of open speculation, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn confirmed Sunday that she's running for mayor.
Quinn uploaded a five-minute Youtube video Sunday, sharing some of her personal history and talking up what's she's done for the city during her time in government.
The video begins with Quinn in a typical New York City scene — sitting at the counter in a diner — and playing up her pro-union bonafides with an anecdote about her father and growing up on Long Island.
"I'm not about talking and finger-pointing and complaining, I'm about getting things done," Quinn said in the video.
The video was accompanied by a tour of the five boroughs Sunday.
Quinn has been the presumed front-runner among Democrats for months. A recent poll showed her with the most name recognition and support among any of the candidates.