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Elizabeth Crowley Concedes to Donovan Richards’ Slim Lead in Contentious Queens Borough President Race

Though the city Board of Elections has yet to certify results, the former Council member gave up her Democratic primary fight against the incumbent Friday. Donovan accused her of racism in the days after the vote.

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NYC Voters Wait — and Wait — for Absentee Ballots From Backlogged Board of Elections

Many city residents who’ve asked to vote by mail in the June 23 primary have not yet received a ballot — spurring civic groups to promote pandemic plans B and C.

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Election Punt to June Leaves Candidates for Vacant Political Seats Seeking Grip

Cuomo order postpones Brooklyn City Council election to June 23 while the contest for Queens borough president remains up in the air.

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Early Voting for Queens Borough Prez Race Starts Saturday Amid Virus Concerns

Anxieties about — and prohibitions against — large gatherings pose challenges for campaigning and get out the vote efforts.

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Five Trips to the Polls to Pick Queens Borough President

Taxpayers will carry the tab for the marathon of sprints facing the six candidates vying to replace Melinda Katz. Experts predict voter confusion.

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Who’s After Katz? Race for Queens Borough President Is On

A crowded field is already jockeying to succeed Melinda Katz, who just won the DA primary. Tiffany Cabán apparently isn’t among the current hopefuls.

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Developers Donate Big to Queens DA Candidate Who Vows Construction Crackdown

Melinda Katz says she sees no conflict between promise to prosecute dangerous builders and $250k-plus in real estate campaign contributions.

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