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Adams wins Democratic primary for mayor of New York City

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NEW YORK — Eric Adams narrowly won the New York City mayoral primary, defeating second-place rival Kathryn Garcia by 8,426 votes in the first citywide race to utilize ranked-choice voting. Adams — the Brooklyn borough president who retired as a police captain in 2006 to become a state senator — rode an anti-crime wave to clinch the Democratic spot in November. He now faces Republican Curtis Sliwa in a general election to replace outgoing Mayor Bill de Blasio. “While there are still some very small amounts of votes to be…

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