• sarah masters

NYC Elections

The NYC Board of Elections was legally required to begin counting absentee ballots last week, but there were too many ballots for them to handle -- literally. They've finally begun to count the ballots as of yesterday; and while Assembly districts will be counted first, those with the tightest races may be last (including our Assembly district, the 57th, which is a very close race). Here's a reminder of where we landed after in-person votes were tallied: * NY-9 Congressional seat: Clarke (62.2%) - Bunkeddeko (17.85%) * NY Senate District 25: Brisport (52.25%) - Wright (40.61%) * NY Assembly District 57: Mosley (51.91%) - Souffrant-Forrest (47.83%) * NY Assembly District 56: Zinerman (56.18%) - Cohen (43.11%) * NY Assembly District 43: Richardson (71.44%) - Hamilton (28.27%) * Female State Committee District 52: Pierce (52.22%) - Stein (47.36%) * Female State Committee District 57: Boykin (37.82%) - Alabi (35.33%) And here's a bit more information for those interested.

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