Almost three-quarters of in-person voters in Brooklyn cast their ballots for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden with 514,133 votes, according to preliminary figures by the state’s Board of Elections.

Republican incumbent and Queens native Donald Trump garnered just north of 25 percent of Kings County ballots, with 174,731 in-person votes.

The results reflect the votes cast on Election Day and the nine-day early voting period beforehand, when Brooklynites turned out in higher numbers than any other borough.

A voter and their canine friend cast their ballot in Sunset Park High School’s polling location on Tuesday. Sunset Park High School hosted a steady stream of voters in the early evening but no lines. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news […]


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