The Cortland St subway station is open, which is just about all the good news that exists about the subways this weekend. Consult 6sqft’s weekend roundup of construction and closures.
Andrew Cuomo won the Gubernatorial Democratic nomination over Cynthia Nixon.
Kathy Hochul won the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor over Jumaane Williams.
Leticia James won the Democratic nomination for Attorney General over her three opponents.
Julia Salazar defeated incumbent Martin Malavé Dilan for the Democratic nomination for NY State Senate in district 18.
Alessandra Biaggi defeated former IDC leader and incumbent Jeffrey Klein for the Democratic nomination in State Senate district 34.
John Liu defeated incumbent and former IDC member Tony Avella for the Democratic nomination in State Senate Destrict 11.
Marisol Alcantara sent a text message telling supporters to get to the polls before they closed at 7:30pm. They closed at 9pm and Alcantara, the incumbent formerly aligned with the IDC, lost the nomination to Robert Jackson.
Zellnor Myrie defeated incumbent and former IDC member Jesse Hamilton for the Democratic nomination in State Senate district 20. Jesse Hamilton will be running as a Republican in the general election.
Mass confusion and massive turnouts marked election day. Gothamist kept a running post throughout the day with reported issues and updates. Even for Dante de Blasio, who was forced to vote via paper affidavit.
Six of the eight former IDC State Senators lost their nomination bids, as progressive insurgents will confront Governor Cuomo with a radically different Albany.
A very complete list of results from NY1.
“Proudly elitist gay Jewish liberal native New Yorker piece of sh*t snowflake” Billy Eichner is back with Billy on the Street. New York, get yourselves ready to be asked some questions on the street.
David Wright will play with the Mets one more time before retiring.
The hunt to find the source of the Times Square bees.
News for the weekend: A kitten was rescued after getting stuck on a Staten Island bridge. Of course there are photos.
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