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2013 New York City Council election

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2013 New York City Council election

← 2009 November 5, 2013 2017 →

All 51 seats on the New York City Council
26 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
Melissa Mark-Viverito 2012.jpg (cropped).png
NLN Jim Oddo (cropped).jpg
Leader Melissa Mark-Viverito James Oddo
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat 8th-Manhattan 50th-Staten Island
Seats won 48 3
Popular vote 655,394 133,337
Percentage 78.99% 16.07%

New York City Council Election 2013 - Party Strength By District.svg
Results by district.

Speaker before election

Christine Quinn
Democratic

Elected Speaker

Melissa Mark-Viverito
Democratic

Elections for members of the New York City Council were held in 2013. Primary elections were held on September 10, 2013, for all 51 districts of the city council. Many incumbents are termed out of office, while others were defeated in the primary, resulting in the largest turnover of council members since 2001, when 36 new members were nominated and elected to office in the council. Those who won their primaries without another contending party in the same district are considered the effective winner of the seat outright.

Incumbents not seeking reelection

Term-limited incumbents

18 incumbent councilors (17 Democrats and 1 Republican) were prevented from seeking a 4th consecutive term by term limits.

  1. Christine Quinn (D), District 3
  2. Jessica Lappin (D), District 5
  3. Gale Brewer (D), District 6
  4. Robert Jackson (D), District 7
  5. Oliver Koppell (D), District 11
  6. Joel Rivera (D), District 15
  7. Helen Foster (D), District 16
  8. Peter Vallone Jr. (D), District 22
  9. James F. Gennaro (D), District 24
  10. Leroy Comrie (D), District 27
  11. Diana Reyna (D), District 34
  12. Albert Vann (D), District 36
  13. Erik Martin Dilan (D), District 37
  14. Charles Barron (D), District 42
  15. Lewis A. Fidler (D), District 46
  16. Domenic Recchia (D), District 47
  17. Michael Chaim Nelson (D), District 48
  18. James Oddo (R), District 50

Retiring incumbents

  1. Dan Halloran (R), District 19
  2. Letitia James (WFP), District 35

Incumbents defeated

In primary election

One incumbent Democrat was defeated in the September primary election.

Results

District 1District 2District 3District 4District 5District 6District 7District 8District 9District 10District 11District 12District 13District 14District 15District 16District 17District 18District 19District 20District 21District 22District 23District 24District 25District 26District 27District 28District 29District 30District 31District 32District 33District 34District 35District 36District 37District 38District 39District 40District 41District 42District 43District 44District 45District 46District 47District 48District 49District 50District 51

Manhattan

District 1

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 1 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Margaret Chin (incumbent) 8,846 58.9
Democratic Jenifer Rajkumar 6,171 41.1
n/a Write-ins 7 0.0
Total votes 15,024 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 1 election, November 5, 2013[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Margaret Chin 5,126
Working Families Margaret Chin 486
Total Margaret Chin (incumbent) 5,612 97.7
n/a Write-ins 131 2.3
Total votes 5,743 100

District 2

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 2 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rosie Mendez (incumbent) 12,507 81.6
Democratic Richard Del Rio 2,809 18.3
Democratic Write-ins 13 0.1
Total votes 15,329 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 2 election, November 5, 2013[5]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rosie Mendez 18,928
Working Families Rosie Mendez 1,491
Total Rosie Mendez (incumbent) 20,419 92.9
Green Miles Budde 1,490 6.8
n/a Write-ins 59 0.3
Total votes 21,968 100

District 3

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 3 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[6]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Corey Johnson 12,535 63.3
Democratic Yetta Kurland 7,275 36.7
n/a Write-ins 6 0.0
Total votes 19,816 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 3 election, November 5, 2013[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Corey Johnson 21,692
Working Families Corey Johnson 1,916
Total Corey Johnson 23,608 86.3
Republican Richard Stewart 3,691 13.5
n/a Write-ins 72 0.2
Total votes 27,371 100

District 4

Incumbent Democrat Daniel Garodnick was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

New York City Council elections
District 4 election, November 5, 2013[8]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Daniel Garodnick 20,401
Working Families Daniel Garodnick 965
Total Daniel Garodnick (incumbent) 21,366 70.5
Republican Helene Jnane 8,620
Libertarian Helene Jnane 291
Total Helene Jnane 8,911 29.4
n/a Write-ins 27 0.1
Total votes 30,304 100

District 5

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 5 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Benjamin Kallos 7,513 45.9
Democratic Micah Kellner 6,420 39.2
Democratic Ed Hartzog 2,429 14.8
Democratic Write-ins 5 0.0
Total votes 16,367 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 5 election, November 5, 2013[10]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Benjamin Kallos 18,135 57.1
Republican David Garland 9,443
Dump the Dump David Garland 467
Independence David Garland 390
Libertarian David Garland 175
Liberal David Garland 24
Save 2nd Avenue David Garland 19
Total David Garland 10,518 33.1
Working Families Micah Kellner 3,118 9.8
n/a Write-ins 12 0.0
Total votes 31,783 100

District 6

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 6 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[11]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Helen Rosenthal 7,716 26.8
Democratic Mel Wymore 6,440 22.4
Democratic Marc Landis 5,566 19.4
Democratic Noah Gotbaum 3,512 12.2
Democratic Ken Biberaj 2,645 9.2
Democratic Debra Cooper 2,482 8.6
Democratic Aaron Braunstein 387 1.3
Democratic David Curtiss (write-in) 1 0.0
Total votes 28,749 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 6 election, November 5, 2013[12]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Helen Rosenthal 29,586 78.2
Republican Harry DeMell 4,928 13.0
Working Families Marc Landis 2,538 6.7
Green Tom Siracuse 737 1.9
n/a Write-ins 26 0.1
Total votes 37,815 100

District 7

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 7 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark D. Levine 7,454 41.4
Democratic Joyce Johnson 3,108 17.3
Democratic Luis Tejada 2,561 14.2
Democratic Manuel Lantigua 1,354 7.5
Democratic Alicia Barksdale 821 4.6
Democratic David Sasscer-Burgos 679 3.8
Democratic Zead Ramadan 657 3.6
Democratic Mark Otto 619 3.4
Democratic Ruben Dario Vargas 523 2.9
Democratic Brodie Enoch 231 1.3
Democratic Write-ins 3 0.0
Total votes 18,010 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 7 election, November 5, 2013[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark D. Levine 18,105
Working Families Mark D. Levine 1,168
Total Mark D. Levine 19,273 87.5
Green Christina Gonzalez 1,700 7.7
Democratic Luis Tejada (write-in) 960 4.4
n/a Write-ins 101 0.4
Total votes 22,034 100

District 9

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 9 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Inez Dickens (incumbent) 12,878 69.9
Democratic Vince Morgan 5,525 30.0
Democratic Write-ins 9 0.1
Total votes 18,412 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 9 election, November 5, 2013[16]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Inez Dickens (incumbent) 23,454 99.1
n/a Write-ins 222 0.9
Total votes 23,676 100

District 10

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 10 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[17]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ydanis Rodriguez (incumbent) 10,157 70.8
Democratic Cheryl Pahaham 3,219 22.4
Democratic F. Castellanos Rodriguez 967 6.7
Democratic Joyce Johnson (write-in) 1 0.0
Total votes 14,344 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 10 election, November 5, 2013[18]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ydanis Rodriguez 17,326
Working Families Ydanis Rodriguez 1,154
Total Ydanis Rodriguez (incumbent) 18,480 89.6
Republican Ronnie Cabrera 1,595 7.7
School Choice Miguel Estrella 497 2.4
n/a Write-ins 43 0.2
Total votes 20,615 100

Manhattan/Bronx crossover

District 8

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 8 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[19]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Melissa Mark-Viverito (incumbent) 3,768 35.7
Democratic Ralina Cardona 1,899 18.0
Democratic Ed Santos 1,710 16.2
Democratic Tamika Humphreys 1,215 11.5
Democratic Sean Gardner 987 9.3
Democratic Gwen Goodwin 986 9.3
Democratic Write-ins 2 0.0
Total votes 10,567 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 8 election, November 5, 2013[20]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Melissa Mark-Viverito 13,855
Working Families Melissa Mark-Viverito 442
Total Melissa Mark-Viverito (incumbent) 14,297 93.8
Republican Ralina Cardona 793 5.2
Libertarian Christopher Giattino 131 0.9
n/a Write-ins 23 0.2
Total votes 15,244 100

The Bronx

District 11

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 11 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[21]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andrew Cohen 8,039 68.4
Democratic Clifford Stanton 3,711 31.6
Democratic John Martin (write-in) 1 0.0
Total votes 11,751 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 11 election, November 5, 2013[22]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andrew Cohen 14,715
Working Families Andrew Cohen 949
Total Andrew Cohen 15,664 79.6
Republican Patricia Brink 2,379 12.1
School Choice Cheryl Keeling 552 2.8
Conservative William Kalaidjian 542 2.8
Green John Reynolds 508 2.6
n/a Write-ins 22 0.1
Total votes 19,667 100

District 12

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 12 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andy King (incumbent) 8,638 57.4
Democratic Pamela Johnson 4,907 32.6
Democratic Lenford Edie 757 5.0
Democratic Adeyemi Toba 757 5.0
Democratic Write-ins 2 0.0
Total votes 15,061 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 12 election, November 5, 2013[24]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andy King 21,044
Working Families Andy King 546
Total Andy King (incumbent) 21,590 95.6
Republican Robert Diamond 571
Conservative Robert Diamond 133
Total Robert Diamond 704 3.1
Green Trevor Archer 274 1.2
n/a Write-ins 17 0.1
Total votes 22,585 100

District 13

Incumbent Democrat James Vacca was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

New York City Council elections
District 13 election, November 5, 2013[25]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic James Vacca 13,793 83.2
Republican William Britt 2,103
Conservative William Britt 665
Total William Britt 2,768 16.7
n/a Write-ins 11 0.1
Total votes 16,572 100

District 14

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 14 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[26]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Fernando Cabrera (incumbent) 4,479 74.7
Democratic Israel Martinez 1,507 25.2
Democratic Write-ins 6 0.1
Total votes 5,992 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 14 election, November 5, 2013[27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Fernando Cabrera 2,412
Working Families Fernando Cabrera 87
Total Fernando Cabrera (incumbent) 2,499 94.4
Republican Denise Butler 114 4.3
Conservative Alan Reed 30 1.1
n/a Write-ins 3 0.1
Total votes 2,646 100

District 15

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 15 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ritchie Torres 2,771 36.1
Democratic Joel Rivera 1,641 21.4
Democratic Cynthia Thompkins 1,609 21.0
Democratic Albert Alvarez 690 9.0
Democratic Raquel Batista 569 7.4
Democratic Joel Bauza 392 5.1
Democratic Write-ins 3 0.0
Total votes 7,675 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 15 election, November 5, 2013[29]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ritchie Torres 9,341
Working Families Ritchie Torres 262
Total Ritchie Torres 9,603 91.1
Republican Joel Rivera 758 7.2
Conservative Joel Bauza 154 1.5
n/a Write-ins 21 0.2
Total votes 10,536 100

District 16

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 16 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[30]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Vanessa Gibson 4,561 44.1
Democratic Pedro Alvarez 1,732 16.8
Democratic Carlos Sierra 1,483 14.4
Democratic Daryl Johnson 795 7.7
Democratic Naaimat Muhammed 677 6.6
Democratic Carlton Berkley 606 5.9
Democratic Bola Omotosho 477 4.6
Democratic Write-ins 1 0.0
Total votes 10,332 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 16 election, November 5, 2013[31]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Vanessa Gibson 12,514 91.1
Independence Carlos Sierra 595 4.3
Jobs & Education Walter Newsome 389 2.8
Republican Benjamin Eggleston 188
Conservative Benjamin Eggleston 55
Total Benjamin Eggleston 243 1.8
n/a Write-ins 2 0.0
Total votes 13,743 100

District 17

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 17 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[32]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Maria del Carmen Arroyo (incumbent) 4,740 69.3
Democratic Julio Pabon 2,101 30.7
Democratic Naaimat Muhammed (write-in) 1 0.0
Total votes 6,842 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 17 election, November 5, 2013[33]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Maria del Carmen Arroyo (incumbent) 10,845 93.1
Republican José Colon 580 5.0
Conservative Selsia Evans 211 1.8
n/a Write-ins 18 0.2
Total votes 11,654 100

District 18

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 18 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[34]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Annabel Palma (incumbent) 6,244 70.7
Democratic William Moore 2,588 29.3
Total votes 8,832 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 18 election, November 5, 2013[35]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Annabel Palma 14,161
Working Families Annabel Palma 391
Total Annabel Palma (incumbent) 14,552 89.3
Republican Lamont Paul 558 3.4
Jobs & Education William Moore 536 3.3
Green Walter Nestler 262
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Total Walter Nestler 319 2.0
Conservative Eduardo Ramirez 302 1.9
n/a Write-ins 21 0.1
Total votes 16,288 100

Bronx/Queens crossover

District 22

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 22 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[36]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Costa Constantinides 4,461 55.7
Democratic John Ciafone 1,791 22.4
Democratic Constantinos Prentzas 1,750 21.9
Democratic Daniell De Stefano (write-in) 1 0.0
Total votes 8,003 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 22 election, November 5, 2013[37]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Costa Constantinides 10,171
Working Families Costa Constantinides 711
Total Costa Constantinides 10,882 65.4
Green Lynn Serpe 2,461 14.8
Republican Daniel Peterson 1,884 11.3
Conservative Danielle De Stefano 1,018
Independence Danielle De Stefano 295
Total Danielle De Stefano 1,313 7.9
Populist Gerald Kann 65 0.4
n/a Write-ins 24 0.1
Total votes 16,629 100

Queens

District 19

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 19 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[38]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Paul Vallone 2,922 31.1
Democratic Austin Shafran 2,728 29.1
Democratic Paul Graziano 1,602 17.1
Democratic John Duane 1,164 12.4
Democratic Chrissy Voskerichian 963 10.3
Total votes 9,379 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 19 election, November 5, 2013[39]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Paul Vallone 12,791
Independence Paul Vallone 610
Total Paul Vallone 13,401 57.3
Republican Dennis Saffran 8,178
Conservative Dennis Saffran 1,469
Reform Dennis Saffran 318
Total Dennis Saffran 9,965 42.6
n/a Write-ins 18 0.1
Total votes 23,384 100
Democratic gain from Republican

District 20

Incumbent Democrat Peter Koo was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

New York City Council elections
District 20 election, November 5, 2013
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Peter Koo 7,985
Conservative Peter Koo 1,088
Total Peter Koo (incumbent) 9,073 79.7
Jobs & Education Martha Flores-Vasquez 1,182 10.4
Independence Sunny Hahn 729 6.4
Green Evergreen Chou 385 3.4
n/a Write-ins 20 0.2
Total votes 11,389 100

District 21

Incumbent Democrat Julissa Ferreras was unopposed in the Democratic primary

New York City Council elections
District 21 election, November 5, 2013[40]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Julissa Ferreras (incumbent) 8,325 99.7
n/a Write-ins 23 0.3
Total votes 8,348 100

District 23

Incumbent Democrat Mark Weprin was unopposed in the Democratic primary

New York City Council elections
District 23 election, November 5, 2013[41]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark Weprin (incumbent) 16,788 84.0
Reform Joseph Concannon 3,172 15.9
n/a Write-ins 26 0.1
Total votes 19,986 100

District 24

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 24 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rory Lancman 5,090 61.7
Democratic Andrea Veras 1,751 21.2
Democratic Mujib Rahman 1,403 17.0
Democratic Write-ins 2 0.0
Total votes 8,246 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 24 election, November 5, 2013[43]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rory Lancman 11,744
Working Families Rory Lancman 655
Total Rory Lancman 12,399 73.7
Republican Alexander Blishteyn 2,907
Conservative Alexander Blishteyn 462
Total Alexander Blishteyn 3,369 20.0
Faith and Values Mujib Rahman 1,043 6.2
n/a Write-ins 18 0.1
Total votes 16,829 100

District 25

Incumbent Democrat Daniel Dromm was unopposed in the Democratic primary

New York City Council elections
District 24 election, November 5, 2013[44]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Daniel Dromm 9,923
Working Families Daniel Dromm 1,100
Total Daniel Dromm (incumbent) 11,023 99.6
n/a Write-ins 43 0.4
Total votes 11,066 100

District 26

Incumbent Democrat Jimmy Van Bramer was unopposed in the Democratic primary

New York City Council elections
District 24 election, November 5, 2013[45]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jimmy Van Bramer 12,897
Working Families Jimmy Van Bramer 1,506
Total Jimmy Van Bramer (incumbent) 14,403 99.3
n/a Write-ins 94 0.7
Total votes 14,497 100

District 27

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 27 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[46]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Daneek Miller 3,982 24.3
Democratic Clyde Vanel 3,521 21.5
Democratic Joan Flowers 3,463 21.2
Democratic Manuel Caughman 2,898 17.7
Democratic Greg Mays 1,845 11.3
Democratic Sondra Peeden 644 3.9
Total votes 16,353 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 27 election, November 5, 2013[47]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Daneek Miller 20,248
Working Families Daneek Miller 662
Total Daneek Miller 20,910 96.7
Independence Sondra Peeden 680 3.1
n/a Write-ins 31 0.1
Total votes 21,621 100

District 28

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 28 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[48]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ruben Wills (incumbent) 5,095 48.9
Democratic Hettie Powell 3,435 33.0
Democratic Eugen Evans 1,080 10.4
Democratic David Kayode 809 7.8
Democratic Mary Beamon (write-in) 1 0.0
Total votes 10,420 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 28 election, November 5, 2013[49]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ruben Wills (incumbent) 14,996 95.4
Unity Mireille Leroy 731 4.6
n/a Write-ins 20 0.1
Total votes 15,747 100

District 29

Incumbent Democrat Karen Koslowitz was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

New York City Council elections
District 29 election, November 5, 2013[50]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Karen Koslowitz 14,173
Working Families Karen Koslowitz 1,355
Total Karen Koslowitz (incumbent) 15,528 91.3
Civic Virtue Jon Torodash 1,433 8.4
n/a Write-ins 53 0.3
Total votes 17,014 100

District 30

Incumbent Democrat Elizabeth Crowley was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

New York City Council elections
District 30 election, November 5, 2013[51]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Elizabeth Crowley 9,050
Working Families Elizabeth Crowley 840
Total Elizabeth Crowley (incumbent) 9,890 58.9
Republican Craig Caruana 5,810
Conservative Craig Caruana 1,063
Total Craig Caruana 6,873 41.0
n/a Write-ins 18 0.1
Total votes 16,781 100

District 31

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 31 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[52]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Donovan Richards (incumbent) 6,762 51.6
Democratic Michael Duncan 4,696 35.8
Democratic Ricardo Brown 1,648 12.6
Democratic Write-ins 2 0.0
Total votes 13,103 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 31 election, November 5, 2013[53]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Donovan Richards (incumbent) 18,182 91.8
Republican Scherie Murray 1,079 5.4
Jobs & Education Ricardo Brown 530 2.7
n/a Write-ins 22 0.1
Total votes 19,813 100

District 32

Incumbent Republican Eric Ulrich was unopposed in the Republican primary.

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 32 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[54]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Lew Simon 4,135 65.7
Democratic William Ruiz 2,158 34.2
Democratic Write-ins 3 0.0
Total votes 6,296 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 32 election, November 5, 2013[55]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Eric Ulrich 8,512
Conservative Eric Ulrich 1,478
Independence Eric Ulrich 498
Total Eric Ulrich (incumbent) 10,488 53.6
Democratic Lew Simon 9,080 46.4
n/a Write-ins 13 0.1
Total votes 19,581 100

Queens/Brooklyn crossover

District 34

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 34 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[56]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Antonio Reynoso 6,205 50.2
Democratic Vito J. Lopez 4,551 36.8
Democratic Gladys Santiago 967 7.8
Democratic Humberto Soto 632 5.1
Democratic Write-ins 3 0.0
Total votes 12,358 100
Working Families primary
New York City Council elections
District 34 Working Families primary, September 10, 2013[57]
Party Candidate Votes %
Working Families Antonio Reynoso (write-in) 8 80.0
Working Families Tao Lyn (write-in) 1 10.0
Working Families Write-ins 1 10.0
Total votes 10 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 34 election, November 5, 2013[58]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Antonio Reynoso 13,123
Working Families Antonio Reynoso 1,313
Total Antonio Reynoso 13,581 95.9
School Choice Gladys Santiago 557 3.9
n/a Write-ins 28 0.2
Total votes 14,166 100

Brooklyn

District 33

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 33 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[59]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Stephen Levin (incumbent) 13,608 73.5
Democratic Stephen Pierson 4,902 26.5
Democratic Write-ins 8 0.0
Total votes 18,518 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 33 election, November 5, 2013[60]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Stephen Levin 17,094
Working Families Stephen Levin 2,465
Total Stephen Levin (incumbent) 19,559 91.9
Conservative John Jasilli 1,666 7.9
n/a Write-ins 56 0.3
Total votes 21,281 100

District 35

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 35 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[61]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Laurie Cumbo 7,561 36.2
Democratic Olanike Alabi 5,369 25.7
Democratic Ede Fox 5,340 26.0
Democratic Jelani Mashariki 1,341 6.4
Democratic Frank Hurley 1,245 6.0
Democratic Write-ins 3 0.0
Total votes 20,859 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 35 election, November 5, 2013[62]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Laurie Cumbo 23,164
Working Families Laurie Cumbo 3,321
Total Laurie Cumbo 26,485 99.7
n/a Write-ins 80 0.3
Total votes 26,565 100
Democratic gain from Working Families

District 36

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 36 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[63]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Cornegy 4,370 30.3
Democratic Kirsten Foy 4,302 29.8
Democratic Robert Waterman 3,149 21.8
Democratic Conrad Tillard 1,912 13.3
Democratic Reginald Swiney 674 4.7
Democratic Write-ins 6 0.0
Total votes 14,413 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 36 election, November 5, 2013[64]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Cornegy 17,334 87.3
Working Families Kirsten Foy 2,020 10.2
Republican Veronica Thompson 498 2.5
n/a Write-ins 10 0.1
Total votes 19,862 100

District 37

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 37 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[65]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rafael Espinal 3,538 45.8
Democratic Kimberly Council 2,459 31.9
Democratic Heriberto Mateo 927 12.0
Democratic Helal Sheikh 792 10.3
Total votes 7,716 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 37 election, November 5, 2013[66]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rafael Espinal 9,058 86.0
Working Families Kimberly Council 1,235 11.7
Conservative Michael Freeman-Saulsberre 230 2.2
n/a Write-ins 4 0.1
Total votes 10,527 100

District 38

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 38 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[67]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Carlos Menchaca 4,306 58.8
Democratic Sara M. Gonzalez (incumbent) 3,017 41.2
Democratic Write-ins 3 0.0
Total votes 7,326 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 38 election, November 5, 2013[68]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Carlos Menchaca 8,265
Working Families Carlos Menchaca 1,121
Total Carlos Menchaca 9,386 90.2
Conservative Henry Lallave 1,002 9.6
n/a Write-ins 18 0.2
Total votes 10,406 100

District 39

Incumbent Democrat Brad Lander was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

New York City Council elections
District 39 election, November 5, 2013[69]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Brad Lander 22,725
Working Families Brad Lander 5,270
Total Brad Lander (incumbent) 27,995 91.7
Conservative James Murray 2,469 8.1
n/a Write-ins 58 0.2
Total votes 30,522 100

District 40

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 40 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[70]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mathieu Eugene (incumbent) 6,210 47.9
Democratic Saundra Thomas 4,862 37.5
Democratic Sylvia Kinard 1,359 10.5
Democratic John Grant 538 4.1
Democratic Write-ins 5 0.0
Total votes 12,974 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 40 election, November 5, 2013[71]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mathieu Eugene 17,280
Working Families Mathieu Eugene 1,219
Total Mathieu Eugene (incumbent) 18,499 89.9
Rent Is Too Damn High Sylvia Kinard 1,260 6.1
Conservative Brian Kelly 772 3.8
n/a Write-ins 51 0.2
Total votes 20,582 100

District 41

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 41 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[72]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Darlene Mealy (incumbent) 7,607 66.3
Democratic Kathleen Daniel 2,284 19.9
Democratic Stanley Kinard 1,575 13.7
Democratic Write-ins 3 0.0
Total votes 11,469 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 41 election, November 5, 2013[73]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Darlene Mealy 17,165
Working Families Darlene Mealy 413
Total Darlene Mealy (incumbent) 17,578 97.3
Independence Bilal Malik 474 2.6
n/a Write-ins 12 0.1
Total votes 18,064 100

District 42

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 42 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[74]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Inez Barron 5,887 43.2
Democratic Chris Banks 3,359 24.7
Democratic Regina Powell 1,178 8.7
Democratic John Whitehead 1,037 7.6
Democratic Nikki Lucas 908 6.7
Democratic Sean Henry 813 6.0
Democratic Prince Lewis 431 3.2
Democratic Rafael Espinal (Write-in) 2 0.0
Total votes 13,615 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 42 election, November 5, 2013[75]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Inez Barron 17,764
Working Families Inez Barron 390
Total Inez Barron 18,154 96.0
Conservative Ernest Johnson 723 3.8
n/a Write-ins 25 0.1
Total votes 18,902 100

District 43

Incumbent Democrat Vincent J. Gentile was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

New York City Council elections
District 43 election, November 5, 2013[76]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Vincent J. Gentile 12,415
Working Families Vincent J. Gentile 950
Total Vincent J. Gentile (incumbent) 13,365 62.8
Republican John Quaglione 5,813
Conservative John Quaglione 1,569
Independence John Quaglione 179
Total John Quaglione 7,561 35.5
Green Patrick Dwyer 349 1.6
n/a Write-ins 21 0.1
Total votes 21,296 100

District 44

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 44 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[77]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic David G. Greenfield (incumbent) 6,688 90.4
Democratic Jacob Flusberg 707 9.6
Democratic Write-ins 6 0.1
Total votes 7,401 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 44 election, November 5, 2013[78]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic David G. Greenfield 11,498
Conservative David G. Greenfield 2,624
Independence David G. Greenfield 264
Total David G. Greenfield (incumbent) 14,386 81.5
Republican Joseph Hayon 3,147 17.8
n/a Write-ins 121 0.7
Total votes 17,654 100

District 45

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 45 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[79]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jumaane Williams (incumbent) 10,332 76.5
Democratic Jean Similien 1,674 12.4
Democratic Godwin Williams 1,498 11.1
Democratic Write-ins 2 0.0
Total votes 13,506 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 45 election, November 5, 2013[80]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jumaane Williams 20,427
Working Families Jumaane Williams 927
Total Jumaane Williams (incumbent) 21,354 96.3
Rent Is Too Damn High Erlene King 702 3.2
n/a Write-ins 123 0.6
Total votes 22,179 100

District 46

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 46 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[81]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alan Maisel 8,387 59.6
Democratic Mercedes Narcisse 5,669 40.3
Democratic Write-ins 8 0.1
Total votes 14,064 100.0
General election
New York City Council elections
District 46 election, November 5, 2013[82]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alan Maisel 19,765
Working Families Alan Maisel 526
Total Alan Maisel 20,291 80.2
Republican Anthony Testaverde 3,792
Conservative Anthony Testaverde 998
Independence Anthony Testaverde 182
Total Anthony Testaverde 4,972 19.7
n/a Write-ins 38 0.2
Total votes 25,301 100.0

District 47

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 47 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[83]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark Treyger 3,234 45.9
Democratic Todd Dobrin 1,999 28.4
Democratic John Lisyanskiy 1,810 25.7
Democratic Write-ins 5 0.1
Total votes 7,048 100.0
General election
New York City Council elections
District 47 election, November 5, 2013[84]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark Treyger 9,196 70.3
Republican Andrew Sullivan 2,849
Conservative Andrew Sullivan 640
Total Andrew Sullivan 3,489 26.7
School Choice Connis Mobley 247 1.9
Independent Gregory Davidzon (write-in) 84 0.6
n/a Other Write-ins 60 0.5
Total votes 13,076 100.0

District 48

Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 48 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[85]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Chaim Deutsch 3,317 34.8
Democratic Ari Kagan 2,912 30.5
Democratic Theresa Scavo 1,735 18.2
Democratic Igor Oberman 1,338 14.0
Democratic Natraj Bhushan 240 2.5
Total votes 9,542 100.0
General election
New York City Council elections
District 48 election, November 5, 2013[86]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Chaim Deutsch 10,169 49.6
Republican David Storobin 6,338
Conservative David Storobin 976
Independence David Storobin 294
Total David Storobin 7,608 37.1
Independent Gregory Davidzon (write-in) 1,424 6.9
Working Families Igor Oberman 913 4.5
Forward Brooklyn Alexander Lotovsky 147 0.7
n/a Other Write-ins 247 1.2
Total votes 20,508 100.0

Staten Island

District 49

Incumbent Democrat Debi Rose was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

New York City Council elections
District 49 election, November 5, 2013[87]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Debi Rose 14,462
Working Families Debi Rose 1,099
Total Debi Rose (incumbent) 15,561 69.6
Republican Mark Macron 5,515
Conservative Mark Macron 1,250
Total Mark Macron 6,765 30.3
n/a Write-ins 28 0.1
Total votes 22,354 100.0

District 50

Republican primary
New York City Council elections
District 50 Republican primary, September 10, 2013[88]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Steven Matteo 3,083 55.2
Republican Lisa Giovinazzo 2,504 44.8
Republican Write-ins 3 0.0
Total votes 5,590 100
Democratic primary
New York City Council elections
District 50 Democratic primary, September 10, 2013[89]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Mancuso 3,192 61.5
Democratic Mendy Mirocznik 1,990 38.4
Democratic Write-ins 5 0.1
Total votes 5,187 100
General election
New York City Council elections
District 50 election, November 5, 2013[90]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Steven Matteo 13,522
Conservative Steven Matteo 2,216
Independence Steven Matteo 557
Total Steven Matteo 16,295 63.5
Democratic John Mancuso 8,611
Working Families John Mancuso 723
Total John Mancuso 9,334 36.4
n/a Write-ins 27 0.1
Total votes 25,656 100

District 51

Incumbent Republican Vincent M. Ignizio was unopposed in the Republican primary.

New York City Council elections
District 51 election, November 5, 2013[91]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Vincent M. Ignizio 15,157
Conservative Vincent M. Ignizio 2,434
Independence Vincent M. Ignizio 734
Total Vincent M. Ignizio (incumbent) 18,325 73.6
Democratic Chris Walsh 6,540 26.3
n/a Write-ins 25 0.1
Total votes 24,890 100

References

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  2. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 1 Democratic primary
  3. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 1
  4. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 2 Democratic primary
  5. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 2
  6. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 3 Democratic primary
  7. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 3
  8. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 4
  9. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 5 Democratic primary
  10. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 5
  11. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 6 Democratic Primary
  12. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 6
  13. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 7 Democratic primary
  14. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 7
  15. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 9 Democratic primary
  16. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 9
  17. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 10 Democratic primary
  18. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 10
  19. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 8 Democratic primary
  20. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 8
  21. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 11 Democratic primary
  22. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 11
  23. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 12 Democratic primary
  24. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 12
  25. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 13
  26. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 14 Democratic primary
  27. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 14
  28. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 15 Democratic primary
  29. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 15
  30. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 16 Democratic primary
  31. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 16
  32. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 17 Democratic primary
  33. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 17
  34. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 18 Democratic primary
  35. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 18
  36. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 22 Democratic primary
  37. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 22
  38. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 19 Democratic primary
  39. ^ NYC Board of Elections - District 19
  40. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 21
  41. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 23
  42. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 24 Democratic primary
  43. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 24
  44. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 25
  45. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 26
  46. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 27 Democratic primary
  47. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 27
  48. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 28 Democratic primary
  49. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 28
  50. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 29
  51. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 30
  52. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 31 Democratic primary
  53. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 31
  54. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 32 Democratic primary
  55. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 32
  56. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 34 Democratic primary
  57. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 34 Working Families primary
  58. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 34
  59. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 33 Democratic primary
  60. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 33
  61. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 35 Democratic primary
  62. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 35
  63. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 36 Democratic primary
  64. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 36
  65. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 37 Democratic primary
  66. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 37
  67. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 38 Democratic primary
  68. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 38
  69. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 39
  70. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 40 Democratic primary
  71. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 40
  72. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 41 Democratic primary
  73. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 41
  74. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 42 Democratic primary
  75. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 42
  76. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 43
  77. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 44 Democratic primary
  78. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 44
  79. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 45 Democratic primary
  80. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 45
  81. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 46 Democratic primary
  82. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 46
  83. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 47 Democratic primary
  84. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 47
  85. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 48 Democratic primary
  86. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 48
  87. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 49
  88. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 50 Republican primary
  89. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 50 Democratic primary
  90. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 50
  91. ^ NYC Board of Elections – District 51
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