Where are the voters?
Turnout continued to be low for Tuesday’s primary elections, with only 104,873 New Yorkers turning out to the polls by 6 p.m. in races for City Council, Bronx and Queens district attorney and several judgeships, according to unofficial city Board of Elections (BOE) counts.
Manhattan accounted for 23,693 of those check-ins, coming behind Queens with 32,861 and Brooklyn with 31,482. The Bronx had the least with 16,837 check-ins. And Staten Island has no contests in this primary.