The New York City Election Commission declared the vote “inconsistent” after Eric Adams questioned the result


The New York City Election Commission issued a statement, acknowledging the “differences” in the results of the unofficial ranking selection votes for the New York City mayoral campaign, as they will be announced on Tuesday night after Brooklyn President Eric Adams issues questions about these numbers.

“We are aware of the discrepancies in the rounds of unofficial RCV elimination reports. We are working with our RCV technicians to determine where the discrepancies occur. We ask the public, elected officials and candidates to wait patiently,” @BOENYC Twitter account number.

We know that there are differences in the rounds of unofficial RCV elimination reports. We are working with our RCV technicians to determine where the discrepancy occurred. We ask the public, elected officials and candidates to be patient.

— New York City Election Commission (@BOENYC) June 29, 2021

Adams wrote in his own statement: “The total number of votes just announced by the Election Commission is more than 100,000 more than the total announced on Election Night. This raises serious problems. We have asked the Election Commission to explain such a large increase and Other violations before we comment on the rankings and choose to vote to predict.”

Recently released Election result It may include the above differences indicating that Adams received 51.1% of the votes and Catherine Garcia received 48.9% of the votes, which means that Adams received a total of 368,898 votes and Garcia received a total of 352,990 votes.

This is a breakthrough story, and more information will be updated as it becomes available.

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