ELECTION NIGHT RECAP: Dems win big across the borough, some southern Brooklyn races too close to call

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Democrats had a good night in Brooklyn on Tuesday, as candidates across Kings County secured victories in elections sure to shape the borough’s future. 

While most elections have yet to be called, some contests have already seen a victor emerge — including Borough President Eric Adams in the mayor’s race, Park Slope Councilmember Brad Lander in the Comptroller’s election, and current-Councilmember Antonio Reynoso winning the borough president’s contest. Brooklyn native and Public Advocate Jumaane Williams also secured reelection.

On a lower-level, the New York City Council is set to see significant changes, as the majority of legislators in the body are term-limited from seeking re-election. 

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