New York City Primaries - Newburgh Gazette

De Blasio will now face Republican Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, of Staten Island, and private detective Bo Dietl, an independent, in November's general election. De Blasio added that he smoked "once or twice" in college, but that's about it. "I ...

The Winners & Losers From Tuesday's Widely Ignored NYC Primary - Gothamist

Only 14 percent of the city's registered Democrats bothered voting in yesterday's primary election, making it the second least-attended primary in modern history. And for the most part, the primary—which included mayoral, City Council, District ...

Mayor wins Democratic primary, says there's 'More to do' - NY1

NEW YORK - Mayor Bill de Blasio is looking to November after handily winning the Democratic primary Tuesday. He took about 75 percent of the vote. His nearest challenger, Sal Albanese, had 15.2 percent of the vote, a little more than 66,000 ballots.

De Blasio Claims Victory in NYC Democratic Primary - Observer

After Mayor Bill de Blasio swept up more than 70 percent of the vote in a Democratic primary many anticipated he would win — bringing him one step closer to re-election — he said he had made progress in his first term but would not “accept the status ...

De Blasio coasts to Democratic nomination on weak turnout - Crain's New York Business

Overwhelming money met underwhelming turnout Tuesday, when Mayor Bill de Blasio captured nearly three of every four votes in the Democratic mayoral primary. News networks called the contest for the incumbent not even 20 minutes after the polls closed.