New York could find out who its next mayor is likely to be when the Board of Elections on Tuesday releases the long-awaited results of as many as 125,794 absentee ballots in the city’s Democratic primary race.
The results still might not be the final say, as the board continues to review disputed ballots. It has said it might not certify results before July 12. But Tuesday’s release could add clarity to a race that remains too close to call: No candidate won an overwhelming majority on Election Day, and the use of a new ranked-choice voting system—which allows voters to rank up to five candidates—makes it harder
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