The New York City Board Of Elections Sees A ‘Discrepancy’ In The Mayoral Vote Tally

The New York City Board Of Elections Sees A ‘Discrepancy’ In The Mayoral Vote Tally

The New York City Board Of Elections Sees A ‘Discrepancy’ In The Mayoral Vote Tally The first New York City mayoral election that used ranked choice voting has hit a snag after test votes were initially counted. The elections board says it will recount votes.


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The New York City Board Of Elections Sees A ‘Discrepancy’ In The Mayoral Vote Tally

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The first New York City mayoral election that used ranked choice voting has hit a snag after test votes were initially counted. The elections board says it will recount votes.