Board of Elections begins counting thousands of absentee ballots in Queens

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While the June 22 New York City primary elections have passed, voters are still waiting to see who emerges victorious in races for mayor, comptroller, public advocate, borough president and City Council. 

The city’s Board of Elections (BOE) began canvassing and tallying absentee ballots on Monday, June 28 and continued on Tuesday, June 29 as it works to determine winners for all of the races throughout the city.

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