2017 New York City Borough President elections

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Results by borough.

Elections of New York City's Borough presidents were held on November 11, 2017.[1] Democrats won all boroughs except for Staten Island.

Summary of results by Borough[a]
Borough Democratic candidate, vote, % Republican candidate, vote, %
Manhattan[1] Gale Brewer,[b] 210,731, 83.15% Frank Scala, 30,410, 12.00%
The Bronx[2] Ruben Diaz Jr.,[b] 125,808, 88.08% Steven DeMartis, 9,404, 6.58%
Brooklyn[3] Eric L. Adams,[b] 278,488, 82.95% Vito J. Bruno,[c] 50,686, 15.10%
Queens[4] Melinda Katz,[b] 211,016, 77.84% William K. Kregler,[c] 57,705, 21.29%
Staten Island[5] Thomas E. Shcherbenko,[b] 23,467, 24.22% James Oddo,[d] 72,471, 74.80%

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Percentages don't add up to 100 as this table excludes minor parties, independents, and write-in votes.
  2. ^ a b c d e Also ran for the Working Families Party, whose votes this tally includes.
  3. ^ a b Also ran as a Conservative, whose votes this tally includes.
  4. ^ Also ran under Conservative, Independence, and Reform, all of whose votes this tally includes.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "General Election - 11/07/2017 New York County - All Parties and Independent Bodies" (PDF). vote.nyc.ny.us. Board of Elections in the City of New York. Retrieved May 7, 2019.
  2. ^ "General Election - 11/07/2017 Bronx County - All Parties and Independent Bodies" (PDF). vote.nyc.ny.us. Board of Elections in the City of New York. Retrieved May 7, 2019.
  3. ^ "General Election - 11/07/2017 Kings County - All Parties and Independent Bodies" (PDF). vote.nyc.ny.us. Board of Elections in the City of New York. Retrieved May 7, 2019.
  4. ^ "General Election - 11/07/2017 Queens County - All Parties and Independent Bodies" (PDF). vote.nyc.ny.us. Board of Elections in the City of New York. Retrieved May 7, 2019.
  5. ^ "General Election - 11/07/2017 Richmond County - All Parties and Independent Bodies" (PDF). vote.nyc.ny.us. Board of Elections in the City of New York. Retrieved May 7, 2019.