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Williamsburg »

Williamsburg State Senator Defeats Progressive Challenger in Primary

Incumbent state Sen. Martin Dilan won Tuesday's primary, beating progressive opponent Debbie Medina.

Jamaica »

Leroy Comrie Overwhelmingly Defeats Malcolm Smith in Primary

Indicted state Sen. Malcolm Smith received less than 20 percent of the vote.

Crown Heights »

District Leader Wins Democratic Primary for Eric Adams' Senate Seat

Crown Heights resident Jesse Hamilton won the Democratic primary for 20th Senate District in Brooklyn.

Civic Center »

Here Are the Races to Watch This Primary Day

While turnout is expected to be low, there are several interesting races in New York's neighborhoods.

Jamaica »

Embattled State Sen. Smith Faces Primary Challengers

In the 14th state Senate district, three candidates will compete in the Democratic primary on Sept. 9.

Upper East Side »

Meet the 4 Democrats Competing for an Assembly Seat on the Upper East Side

The Democratic candidates running to replace Micah Kellner will debate each other Monday night.

East Harlem »

Espaillat Concedes to Rangel, Announces Plans for Senate Run

Espaillat drops bid to have "every single vote" counted and will try to keep his seat in the Senate.

Sugar Hill »

Mayor de Blasio Won't Endorse Candidate in Rangel Primary Battle

De Blasio is staying out of the fierce race between Rangel and Espaillat but will support the winner.

Jamaica »

Former Jamaica Councilman to Challenge Malcolm Smith in Primary

Leroy Comrie resigned from the Queens borough president's office to run for state Senate.

Central Harlem »

Rangel Takes on Two Challengers in Feisty Congressional Debate

Walrond and Espaillat said the seat needs new blood. Rangel said experience makes him best candidate.

Times Square & Theater District »

James Wins Democratic Runoff for Public Advocate

The Brooklyn councilwoman will become the first woman of color elected citywide if she wins Nov. 5.

Civic Center »

Democrats Head Back to Polls for Public Advocate Runoff

Letitia James and Daniel Squadron are facing off in a $13 million runoff on Tuesday.

Chelsea »

James and Squadron Get Personal in Contentious Public Advocate Debate

The two Democrats resorted to personal attacks ahead of the Oct. 1 runoff election.

Civic Center »

Thompson Bows Out of Mayor's Race and Endorses de Blasio

Thompson threw his support behind de Blasio, but said the current election system was an abomination.

Civic Center »

Lame-Duck Quinn Says Mayoral Politics Won't Affect Council Term

Two days after losing her bid for mayor, Quinn promised "a ton" of Council activity in her last months.

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