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Posted on AllSides July 7th, 2021
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elections, New York Mayoral Primary, Eric Adams

Way back on June 22, New York City’s Democrats went to the polls to vote in a primary for mayor and other city offices. A mere 14 days later, the city’s Board of Elections counted the final 118,000 absentee ballots, deployed a ranked-choice elimination system, and then declared that former police captain Eric Adams had won the Democratic primary — and in all likelihood, will be sworn in as mayor on New Year’s Day.

Adams won after New Yorkers ranked their top five candidates out of 13 options in the city...

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