Office of Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine

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Patch: Manhattan Borough President Results-Mark Levine Wins

NEW YORK, NY — Mark Levine was elected borough president of Manhattan on Tuesday, as the Democratic City Council member defeated two general election opponents to win the open seat. Levine, a lawmaker from Upper Manhattan, was up against Republican Louis Puliafito and Libertarian Michael Lewyn. With about 92 percent of scanners reporting after 11 p.m., Levine was way ahead, with about 85 percent of the vote. Pulafito… Read more

Daily News: Mark Levine is elected Manhattan borough president

City Councilman Mark Levine, a champion for renters’ rights and public health equity, was elected Manhattan borough president on Tuesday. Levine, chair of the Council’s Health Committee, cleared a path to the largely ceremonial post in the summer, when he topped state Sen. Brad Hoylman in a competitive Democratic primary election. “I’m going to continue to be a public health warrior and work to beat back this pandemic,” Levine, 52,… Read more

AMNY: Mark Levine to succeed Gale Brewer as Manhattan borough president

Manhattanites elected City Councilmember Mark Levine to be their next borough president. With 90.4% of scanners reporting, Democratic candidate Levine won 84.5% of votes on Tuesday beating two opponents, Republican Louis Puliafito, who took home 13.4% of votes; and Libertarian candidate Michael Lewyn who earned only 1.9% of votes cast. Levine has represented the New York City Council’s seventh district, which covers the Upper Manhattan neighborhoods of Washington Heights, Morningside… Read more
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