Reynoso, Cornegy, Simon lead crowded field of borough president candidates on Election Night


Brooklyn voters used ranked-choice voting to pick between nearly a dozen Democratic candidates running for borough president in the primary election on Tuesday, June 22, with three candidates vying for the top spot in the hotly contested race.

As of 11:30 pm Tuesday, Antonio Reynoso held a sizable lead over fellow term-limited Councilmember Robert Cornegy, with Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon in third place, with more than 88 percent of precincts reported, according to unofficial results from the city’s Board of Elections.

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