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

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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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