NYC Mayoral Primary Results Certified (4 Weeks Later)

Gothamist reports:

Four weeks after Primary Day, the New York City Board of Elections finalized the results for primary elections including the Democratic contests for mayor, comptroller, all five borough presidents, the Manhattan district attorney, other party position.

The certified results published by the Board after close of business on Tuesday, showed Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams defeated Kathryn Garcia, the former sanitation commissioner, by 7,197 votes in the Democratic mayoral primary. That makes Adams margin of victory less than one percent.

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