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After the many questions about the unofficial Democratic primary results, the NYC Board of Elections has released the official results for the February 5 primary results, confirming a Clinton victory in the Big Apple. She won 55% of the vote with 527,941 votes, to Barack Obama's 43% (413,898 votes). A total of 955,966 votes were cast, meaning 34% of the city's registered Democrats voted.

Since you might be curious as to how your district voted, here's a breakdown of votes by Congressional District, because that's how delegates are distributed. You can look up your Congressional Representative here.

5th Congressional District (in Queens, Rep. Gary Ackerman, which includes Great Neck, Whitestone, Roslyn - map here):
Hillary Clinton: 30,114
Barack Obama: 11,125

6th Congressional District (in Queens, Rep. Gregory Meeks, map here):
Clinton: 33,908
Obama: 43,317

7th Congressional District (in the Bronx and Queens, Rep. Joseph Crowley, including City Island, College Point, Elmhurst, Juniper Park, Pelham Parkway - see more, map here)
Clinton: 41,0189
Obama: 24,687

8th Congressional District (in Manhattan and Brooklyn, Rep. Jerrold Nadler, includes West Side and Downtown Manhattan, and Coney Island, Bay Ridge, Brighton Beach - see more)
Clinton: 54,885
Obama: 42,415

9th Congressional District (in Queens and Brooklyn, Rep. Anthony Weiner, includes Howard Beach, Breezy Point, Rockaway Beach, Forest Hills, Midwood, Sheepshead Bay - see more)
Clinton: 38,769
Obama: 14,848

10th Congressional District
(in Brooklyn, Rep. Edolphus Towns, includes Fort Greene, Bed Stuy, Mill Basin, Canarsie - see more)
Clinton: 37,717
Obama: 52,586

11th Congressional District
(in Brooklyn, Rep. Yvette Clarke, includes East Flatbush, Flatbush, Park Slope, Crown Heights, Brownsville - see more)
Clinton: 40,828
Obama: 53,775

12th Congressional District (in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens, Rep. Nydia Velazquez, includes - see more Greenpoint, Bushwick, Red Hook, Williamsburg in Brooklyn, part of L.E.S., Chinatown, and East Village in Manhattan and Maspeth, Ridgewood, Woodside in Queens - see more)
Clinton: 42,206
Obama: 23,911

13th Congressional District (in Brooklyn and Staten Island, Rep. Vito Fossella, includes all of Staten Island and Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Bensonhurst and Gravesend in Brooklyn - see more)
Clinton: 27,033
Obama: 14,481

14th Congressional District (in Manhattan, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, includes Upper East Side, Midtown East and Murray Hill in Manhattan, Roosevelt Island, Sunnyside, Ravenswood and much of Long Island City in Queens - see more)
Clniton: 55,379
Obama: 41,995

15th Congressional District (in the Manhattan and Queens, Rep. Charles Rangel, includes Harlem, Washington Heights, East Harlem, Inwood, and Astora - see more)
Clinton: 60,573
Obama: 53,165

16th Congressional District (in Bronx, Rep. Jose Serrano, includes Mott Haven, Hunts Point, Morris Heights, Fordham, Belmont, West Farms, Morrisania - see more)
Clinton: 44,870
Obama: 20,932

17th Congressional District (in the Bronx - and Westchester & Long Island - Rep. Eliot Engel, Riverdale, Woodlawn, Norwood and Wakefield - see more)
Clinton: 20,570
Obama: 16,661