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Winner of NYC mayoral primary may not be crowned until July due to ranked-choice system

Don’t hold your breath. Once polls close at 9 p.m. Tuesday, the Board of Elections will only release unofficial results of the top-ranked choices on ballots cast in-person during early and day-of voting, the city’s campaign finance board said in a statement. Unless a candidate clinches a simple majority of that first batch of votes — which appears unlikely if polls are to be trusted — the Board of Elections will move on to counting the lower-ranked picks on in-person ballots, the CFB said.

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Winner of NYC mayoral primary may not be crowned until July due to ranked-choice system

Here’s how Erin O’Toole says he learned of a rumour about ex-top soldier Jonathan Vance in 2015

Opposition Leader Erin O’Toole learned of a rumour about ex-top soldier Jonathan Vance from a fellow military member, who heard it “from a third party,” O’Toole’s office told the Star Monday.It was the first time O’Toole said how he came to learn of a rumour that he passed on to the Prime Minister’s Office for investigation in July 2015, when O’Toole was Veterans Affairs Minister and the Conservatives had named Vance to become the next chief of the defence staff.

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Here’s how Erin O’Toole says he learned of a rumour about ex-top soldier Jonathan Vance in 2015

Colonial Heights woman tells neighbor 'you're not the right color.' Employer responds.

COLONIAL HEIGHTS — The head of the Chesterfield Food Bank claimed Saturday that a Facebook video shared on social media showing a white employee telling a Black resident she was "not the right color" had nothing to do with the woman's job at the Chesterfield charity."It was between neighbors," CFB CEO Kim Hill claimed.

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Colonial Heights woman tells neighbor 'you're not the right color.' Employer responds.

Mayoral hopeful Donovan gets $1.5M in public campaign funds after CFB dismisses violation complaint

The city's Campaign Finance Board (CFB) released nearly $1.5 million in matching funds to former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan's mayoral campaign, a week after it upheld the funds in order to investigate possible violations [1].The CFB had received a complaint about a Donovan-supporting political action committee, New Start NYC, which purchased $2.74 million in television advertising in order to promote the campaign.

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Mayoral hopeful Donovan gets $1.5M in public campaign funds after CFB dismisses violation complaint