What You Need to Know About the Special Elections in The Bronx and Queens

What’s so special about the special elections for City Council this year? Lots — including the advent of ranked choice voting. Early voting is already underway in one race and the others are coming soon.

Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers are gearing up to vote for mayor, city comptroller, public advocate, district attorney, borough president and for their local City Council members.

Most voters in the city will only have to cast a ballot twice this year: during the Democratic or Republican primaries in June and in the general election in November.

But some folks in The Bronx and Queens will have...

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