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Special election

Voters will decide who should represent them in the 60th and 72nd Assembly Districts.
With no candidate in two separate New York City Council special elections in the Bronx clenching the desired 50% of the vote, the counting process under the ranked-choice voting method has been triggered. Determining a winner in each race may take weeks.
The city’s first test of the new ranked-choice voting system may not be much of a test after all.
The elections look to replace former Council Members Andy Cohen and Ritchie Torres.
Candidates are vying for the 12th Council District seat, which covers the northeast section of the Bronx.
While the nonpartisan special election to replace Jumaane Williams on May 14th boasts eight candidates, most political observers see it coming down to two of his former staffers.
'I don't see how [interpreters] are going to exacerbate what's already going on.'
The special election for NYC Public Advocate is Tuesday. Is your soul prepared?
The final ballot for next month's special election for Public Advocate features 17 candidates, one of whom doesn't even want to be on it.
The public advocate matters because it's a proven launching pad to offices of far great import and influence.
Booker Tweeted, "Thank you so much, New Jersey. I'm proud to be your senator-elect"
He will not run in the special election.
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