We Voted. Here’s Who Won.

We Voted. Here’s Who Won.
Photo courtesy e.ann.s / Instagram
Photo courtesy e.ann.s / Instagram

Candidate for President / Vice President

Donald J. Trump / Michael R. Pence (Republican)

[Updated 11/10 with complete totals from the NYC Board of Elections] In Brooklyn, 595,086 voters (79 percent) chose Hillary Clinton, while 133,653 (18 percent) went with Trump, reports the New York City Board of Elections. Green Party candidate Jill Stein secured 11,165 votes; Independence/Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson won 6,391 votes, and there were 4,829 write-in candidates for president across the borough.

U.S. Senate:
Chuck Schumer (Democrat, Incumbent, Working Families, Women’s Equality, Independence)

U.S. House of Representatives, District 9:
Yvette D. Clarke (Democrat, Working Family)

New York State Senate:
Parts of Flatbush, Ditmas Park, and Kensington are either covered by State Senate Districts 17, 20, or 21.

District 17 — Incumbent Simcha Felder (Democrat)

District 20Jesse Hamilton (Democrat)

District 21 Kevin Parker (Democrat)

New York State Assembly:
District 44 (Parts of Kensington, Flatbush, Ditmas Park and Windsor Terrace) — Robert C. Carroll (Democrat)

District 42 (Flatbush, Ditmas Park, Midwood and parts of East Flatbush) — Rodneyse Bichotte (Democrat)

New York State Supreme Court Justice, District 2, — six seats are open
Mark I. Partnow (Incumbent, Democratic, Conservative)
Leon Ruchelsman (Incumbent, Democratic, Conservative)
Katherine A. Levine, (Democratic, Conservative)
Reginald A. Boddie, (Democratic, Conservative)
ShawnDya L. Simpson, (Democratic, Conservative)
Peter Sweeny (Democratic)

New York City Civil Court Judge, Kings County — three seats are open
Dena E. Douglas (Incumbent, Democrat)
Odessa Kennedy (Democrat)
Jacqueline D. Williams (Incumbent, Democrat)

— New York City Civil Court Judge, 3rd Municipal Court District (Uncontested)
Susan Quirk (Democrat)

— New York City Civil Court Judge, 5th Municipal Court District
Rachel Freier (Democrat)