With five weeks remaining until the June 22 primary elections, the stage is set for candidates in Brooklyn’s 35th District to finish the race.

Seven Democrats are in the running to replace term-limited Council Member Laurie Cumbo, who serves as the City Council Majority Leader. The candidates will face off in the June 22 primary election.

In the coming weeks, Patch will publish the results of question-and-answer forms sent to each candidate, shedding light on each person’s policy priorities.

With five weeks to go before June’s primary election, here’s where things stand in the race to replace City Council Member Laurie Cumbo.

With five weeks to go before June’s primary election, here’s where things stand in the Central Brooklyn competitive race for City Council. (Shutterstock) CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN […]

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