Did you cast your vote in the Brooklyn primary races? Here's what to watch for tonight.

If you're looking for a place to vote, News 12 has you covered on what to expect.

News 12 Staff

Jun 25, 2024, 11:01 AM

Updated 27 days ago

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Brooklyn residents were out at the polls to cast their vote in Tuesday's primary races.
There are a handful of primary races today including four for state Assembly, including districts 41, 50, 52, and 56.
In District 41, New York City Councilman Kalman Yeger is facing off against Adam Dweck, a former political and government staffer.
As for Congress, primary races were uncontested in three of Brooklyn's four congressional districts. The only one standing, District 10 is currently represented by incumbent Dan Goldman. He will face off against Democratic challengers Bruno Grandssard and Evan Hutchinson.
Another key race to keep an eye on is the state Senate race for District 59, which covers parts of Greenpoint and Williamsburg. Incumbent Kristen Gonzalez is going up against her opponent Gus Lambropoulos.


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