Some Brooklyn state Senate, Assembly races seemingly too close to call hours after polls close


Three state Senate and Assembly races in Brooklyn are seemingly too close to call as candidates remain within a few percentage points of each other hours after the polls closed at 9 p.m.

While the borough’s congressional districts were mostly open-and-shut — Democrat Max Rose conceded to Republican incumbent Nicole Malliotakis after she picked up more than 62% of the vote within the first hour of polls closing — voters may have to wait a little longer to see how state-level races pan out. 

Assembly District 46

In the 46th Assembly District, with 89% of the vote counted as of 11 p.m., incumbent Democrat Mathylde Frontus had picked up 48.55% of votes, according to unofficial New York City Board of Elections results. Her challenger, Republican Alec Brook-Krasny, edged just slightly ahead with 51.33% of the vote.

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