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Nearly two-thirds of active voters in New York City declined to cast ballots in this month’s gubernatorial election.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced her support for Jeffries a day after saying she would step back from Democratic leadership.

The councilwoman, along with peers who've hedged about whether she should resign, will face the public Wednesday night.

The original date was June 28. The order came after the Court of Appeals threw out New York’s congressional and state senate redistricting maps.

Iowa and New Hampshire would no longer go first; more diverse battleground states would move up

State Senator Andrew Gounardes declared victory in his re-election campaign after days of ballot counting.

"As we continue to count every ballot and are on track to dramatically narrow the gap by tens of thousands of votes to a 4-5 point margin, it is now clear that we will fall short of 50.1%."

The biggest difference between 2018 and 2020? The number of Democrats piling up in single districts, all trying to be the next AOC.

Tensions between Gulino and elected officials reached a boiling point last year when the party failed to get two Democratic State Supreme Court candidates on the ballot, handing the seats to Republicans.

Over the years, Felder has repeatedly stymied Democratic priorities, with votes against the New York Dream Act, speed cameras in school zones, and a ban on plastic bags, measures which finally passed this year.