The New York Times reports:
A day after New York City’s Board of Elections retracted a tabulation of ranked-choice preferences, throwing the primary contest into chaos, the board on Wednesday released a fresh tally of ranked-choice preferences among those Democrats who voted in person last Tuesday or during the early voting period.
The tally showed Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, with a much narrower lead than the one he held on primary night, when only the first-choice preferences were counted.
According to the new numbers, he led Kathryn Garcia in the final round, 51.1 percent to 48.9 percent. Maya D. Wiley was narrowly in third place, trailing Ms. Garcia by only 347 votes before being theoretically eliminated after the eighth round of tallies.
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New York City’s elections board released a new preliminary tally of ranked-choice votes after botching, and then retracting, Tuesday’s count. They suggest a tightening race between Eric Adams, the primary night leader, and Maya Wiley and Kathryn Garcia. https://t.co/5PcYwla73l
— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 30, 2021
New NYC ranked-choice results are up and — in this ** preliminary ** tally — it’s a very close race, with tens of thousands of absentee votes still to be countedhttps://t.co/b651iGPcVY
— Katie Glueck (@katieglueck) June 30, 2021