What were Bronxites voting for on Tuesday?


Both first-time and loyal registered party voters flocked to the polls in the Bronx on Tuesday, hoping to influence key races to decide New York City’s next mayor as well as the Bronx’s next borough president.

Vying for the post of the 110th Mayor of New York City was Democrat Eric Adams and Republican Curtis Sliwa  — with Adams favored to win due to the city Democrats’ six-to-one voter registration advantage. However, some voters like Brandon Jones, 40, felt like he was “choosing the lesser of two evils” when he cast his vote Tuesday.