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Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Win Park Slope and Crown Heights' District 9

By  Nigel Chiwaya and Leslie Albrecht | April 19, 2016 7:27pm | Updated on April 19, 2016 10:27pm

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PARK SLOPE — Campaigning is over, and now Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Crown Heights and the rest of District 9 have made their choice.

With 99 percent of precincts reporting, Hillary Clinton led Bernie Sanders 64 percent to 36 percent. On the Republican side, Donald Trump led his GOP rivals with 59 percent of the more than 5,000 votes cast.

After weeks of debate, campaign rallies and speeches, voters in the 9th Congressional District went to the polls Tuesday to pick Republican and Democratic presidential nominees — some with more challenges than others.

Outside the Park Slope public library, where Mayor Bill de Blasio voted Tuesday, registered Democrat Eugene Manning said he wasn't able to vote because his name wasn't on the voter rolls — even though he's voted there since 2008 and hasn't moved.

He was given an affidavit to fill out but chose not to because he didn't trust that it would be tallied properly. And he said he didn't plan to call the Board of Elections to complain because he didn't think it would change anything.

"It's hard to contact the Elections Board," he said. "I tried to when I moved but didn't get any action."

In Windsor Terrace, other voters found the list of names of those approved to vote ended at the letter "N."

Outside Park Slope's Armory YMCA polling site, some voters said they were torn until the last minute between Clinton and Sanders.

Among them was 68-year-old Kathleen, who didn't want her last name used. She said choosing who to vote for was a "tough decision" that she discussed with many friends and neighbors, but she ultimately went with Clinton.

"I just couldn't decide. I like what Bernie says. I believe in social democracy," she said. "I would be happy to be taxed more in order to have people with less have real universal health care, but I felt he was too ideological and didn't have a plan."

Kathleen said she chose Clinton because she believed the former Secretary of State would do a better job at international relations. Kathleen was also motivated to vote for Clinton because she wanted to make sure a Democrat would ultimately prevail, and Clinton seemed more likely to than Sanders.

"The idea that one of these Republicans could win is beyond my imagination in terms of the damage it could do, especially to the Supreme Court," she said.

Six Democratic and three Republican delegates were up for grabs in the 9th District, which includes Park Slope, Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens, and Windsor Terrace.