JUST IN: Democrat Eric Adams Wins New York City Mayoral Race


Democrat Eric Adams on Tuesday night won New York City’s mayoral race, Associated Press reported.

61-year-old Adams, a former NYPD captain, defeated Republican Curtis Sliwa.

Adams was a shoo-in after he won the Democrat primary that was marred by glitches.

Adams will take office on January 1.

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CNN PROJECTION: Democrat and retired NYPD captain Eric Adams will be the next mayor of New York City, succeeding Bill de Blasio. He will be the second Black mayor in New York’s history

— CNN (@CNN) November 3, 2021

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