Post election timeline to the final results

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While the New York City Primary is set for today, the official results will not be in until the anticipated date of July 12. However, preliminary unofficial results will be available as soon as the end of the night.

The initial preliminary unofficial results will only include ballots cast during early voting and on election day. Absentee ballots will not be a part of the initial tally.

The introduction of ranked-choice voting (RCV) has created a new wrinkle when it comes to the timeline. Only voters’ first-choice will be counted immediately. The Board of Elections (BOE) plans to count the rest of the votes on June 29, but those will also only include early voting and election day ballots. The Campaign Finance Board (CFB) is preaching patience.

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