Tuesday’s election has packed City Hall with Brooklynites: mayor Eric Adams, public advocate Jumaane Williams, comptroller Brad Lander. In local elections for the City Council — many reps were term limited out — Democrats dominated in Brooklyn. And after several elections marred by snafus such as closed polls and delivery of wrong ballots, election day was relatively trouble free, locals reported.

The second Black mayor of New York, Adams was elected on a platform of reducing crime and reforming policing.

Clinton Hill. Photo by Craig Hubert Tuesday’s election has packed City Hall with Brooklynites: mayor Eric Adams, public advocate Jumaane Williams, comptroller Brad Lander. In local elections for the City Council — many reps were term limited out — Democrats dominated in Brooklyn. And after several elections marred by […]

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