Brooklynites heading to the polls this November will see four names on their ballot in the borough president race.
One of them will be Council Member Antonio Reynoso, who beat out 12 candidates in the Democratic primary this June. Reynoso, who represents North Brooklyn’s 34th District, won the Democratic nominee after 11 rounds of ranked-choice voting.
In the general election, he will face three challengers: Voices for Change candidate and gang member-turned-activist Shanduke McPhatter, Conservative and Republican candidate Menachem M. Raitport and Anthony T. Jones, who also ran in the Democratic primary but will now appear under the Rent Is 2 Damn High party line.
Brooklynites will vote this fall in the general elections for borough president, mayor and other offices. Patch is profiling each candidate.
Democratic nominee Antonio Reynoso will face three challengers in the general election for Brooklyn Borough President. (Courtesy of Antonio Reynoso Campaign) BROOKLYN, NY — Brooklynites heading to the […]
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