The New York Times has New York City Democratic Primary Highlights.
- The Associated Press calls primary for Adams after most absentee ballots are counted.
- Garcia is ‘seeking additional clarity.’ Wiley criticized elections officials.
- Brad Lander declares victory in the city comptroller race.
- Democratic primary turnout, the strongest in years, was just 26 percent. The Republican vote was even tinier.
- N.Y.C.’s Election Board aims to certify the vote by July 14, but its track record on deadlines is under scrutiny.
“While there are still some very small amounts of votes to be counted, the results are clear: an historic, diverse, five-borough coalition led by working-class New Yorkers has led us to victory in the Democratic primary for Mayor of New York City,” Mr. Adams said in a statement on Tuesday evening.
Most of the field consisted of extreme Left Progressive types who wanted to defund the police.