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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.

Civic Center »

City's Pricey Primary Runoffs Could be Eliminated Under City Council Plan

A bill to replace the current runoff system with instant-runoff voting would save money, advocates say.

Upper West Side »

Gale Brewer Reflects on 12 Years in the City Council

If elected, Gale Brewer will make enabling "smart growth" the center of her work as borough president. 

New York City »

LIVE: Primary Election Results

Check live updates of Tuesday's primary elections here.

New Dorp Beach »

Four Candidates Face Off in Staten Island's Mid-Island Primary

The four candidates promised to tackle Hurricane Sandy relief.

Ditmars »

Three Dems Square Off for Astoria City Council Seat in Primary

John Ciafone, Gus Prentzas and Costa Constantinides will run against one another in Tuesday's Primary.

Crown Heights »

Quinn's Camp Tries to 'Keep Calm and Carry On' As Her Poll Numbers Fall

Quinn's campaign isn't panicking despite the Speaker's recent slippage in the polls.

West Village »

Brad Hoylman Wins Primary to Replace State Sen. Tom Duane

Brad Hoylman beat challengers Tom Greco and Tanika Inlaw.

Allerton »

Allerton Co-Op Tenants Get Their Community Room Back

Tenants said they were locked out of the space for the last five years in a dispute with management.

Lower East Side »

Nydia Velazquez's Name Mistranslated on Chinese Ballots

A translation error of Nydia Velazquez's name could confuse voters, her campaign said.    

Harlem »

Joyce Johnson Makes Second Run at Rangel's Congressional Seat

Joyce Johnson is among five candidates running for the seat held by Charles Rangel for 40 years.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Familiar Candidates Trounce Unknowns in Upper Manhattan Race for Albany

Names familiar to Upper Manhattan households kept their foothold in Inwood and Washington Heights on Tuesday.

Manhattan »

Soldiers' Votes in Jeopardy After Election Board Misses Deadline to Mail Ballots

The city's Board of Elections failed to send ballots to soldiers posted overseas by its Oct. 1 deadline.

Manhattan »

Survey Contradicts Primary Day Complaints About New Voting Machines

A Board of Elections survey says a majority of New Yorkers thought the new voting machines worked well.