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Find the City Council Candidates Running to Represent Your Neighborhood

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THE CITY has compiled a map of candidates running in New York’s 51 City Council districts.


The candidate lists are based on a Board of Elections report that shows all candidates appearing on the ballot on Nov. 2.

Unsure which Council district you live in? Look it up with this tool from the CUNY Graduate Center and the League of Women Voters.

Write to us at civicnewsroom@thecity.nyc for corrections or updates.

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