Bill de Blasio Is Our New Mayor, And Other Election Night Results

Bill de Blasio Is Our New Mayor, And Other Election Night Results
Bill de Blasio acceptance speech

With about 85% of precincts reporting at the time of this post, Bill de Blasio has been elected the new Mayor of New York City, with more than 70% of the votes. For a recap of his victory party, held in his neighborhood at the Park Slope Armory, check out our sister site, South Slope News.

Locally, it looks like all incumbent City Councilmembers in the nearby area — Mathieu Eugene, Jumaane Williams, and Brad Lander — have held onto their seats.

How was your experience at the polls? Did anyone encounter any problems?

Projected 2013 Election Results

Mayor: Bill de Blasio
Public Advocate: Letitia James
Comptroller: Scott Stringer
Brooklyn Borough President: Eric Adams
Kings County District Attorney: Ken Thompson
City Council District 39: Brad Lander
City Council District 40: Mathieu Eugene
City Council District 45: Jumaane Williams

Proposal 1 Authorizing Casino Gaming: Yes
Proposal 2 Added Civil Service Credit for Veterans with Disabilities: Yes
Proposal 3 Exclusion of Indebtedness Contracted for Sewage Facilities: Yes
Proposal 4 Settling Disputed Title in the Forest Preserve: Yes
Proposal 5 Land Exchange in State Forest Preserve with NYCO Minerals: Yes
Proposal 6 Increasing Age until which Certain Judges Can Serve: No

At the time of this post, it’s still a little early, so some of these results may change. To check on the latest numbers, see this WNYC map.