New Yorkers Vote for Mayor in Race Tinged With Acrimony and Uncertainty
Voters on Tuesday will participate in the city’s first mayoral election using ranked-choice voting, a system that may delay the declaration of a winner until mid-July.
When the New York City mayoral primary campaign began, the city was steeped in grave uncertainty about its future. Candidates laid out radically different visions for how they would guide a still-shuttered metropolis out of overlapping crises around public health, the economy and racial injustice.
But as voters head to the polls on Tuesday, New York and its mayoral race have changed. The city is well...