Where do Brooklyn’s City Council races currently stand?

On June 22, Brooklynites selected a new crop of candidates to represent them in the City Council, but most are waiting on ranked-choice voting tabulation before they can claim victory.

Still, in a handful of races, candidates walked away with more than 50 percent of the vote on Election Night, meaning there are no further ranked-choice voting rounds necessary. That all but guarantees a clear path to the Democratic nomination (and for those without a Republican challenger come November, the seat).

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