Here’s A Breakdown Of Your Local Primary Results

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The election results are in for the primary elections which took place on Tuesday, September 13. All races in our immediate neighborhood involved Democratic candidates. Republicans in our area are running uncontested, so they will face the Dems in the November 8 general elections.

Here are all of your local election results. You can view election results throughout New York City here.

State Assembly District 42 (Parts of Ditmas Park, Midwood and Flatbush)

Democratic Party Democratic primary candidates (100% of the precincts reporting)
Winner: Rodneyse Bichotte (incumbent), 79.2 percent (2,352 votes)
Victor Jordan, 20.8 percent (617 votes)

State Assembly District 46 (Coney Island and Gravesend)

Democratic Party Democratic primary candidates (100% of the precincts reporting)
Winner: Pamela Harris (incumbent), 64 percent (3.091 votes)
Katie Cucco, 36 percent (1,740 votes)

State Senate District 19 (Much of Sheepshead Bay)

Democratic Party Democratic primary candidates (100% of the precincts reporting)
Winner: Roxanne Persaud (incumbent), 76 percent (9,986 votes)
Mercedes Narcisse, 25 percent (3,160 votes)

Judge, Kings County — Democratic Party, 5th Municipal Court District (100% of the precincts reporting)
Winner: Rachel E. Freier, 40.9% (4,730)
Jill Epstein, 34.5% (3,993 votes)
Morton M. Avigdor, 24.5% (2,835 votes)

Civil Court Judge, Kings County — Democratic Party (99.7% of the precincts reporting)
Winner: Odessa Kennedy, 51.9% (34,361 votes)
Consuelo M. Melendez, 48.1% (31,807)

Upcoming: General Elections on Tuesday, November 8

Here’s some other important information that will help you cast your vote:

  • Find out where your polling site is with this locator.
  • There are a number of other races in Brooklyn for judge’s seats. Enter your address here to see a sample ballot. The New York Campaign Finance Board also has a voter guide.
  • Know your rights! You are not required to show photo identification in order to vote. Learn more about your rights as a voter here.

If you have any questions, visit the Board of Elections FAQ page, or contact them directly at 1-866-868-3692.

  • Commish of hangin’

    I was certain that Avidgor would win the judge seat- he had the backing of the Brooklyn machine even though he’s a major scumbag. Good to see that Ruchie Freier won, she was the best candidate.