NEW YORK — When New York State holds its Democratic primary on June 28, major seats up for grabs will include those for State Assembly, Governor and Congress. On the ballot for those seats are eight Haitian-Americans.
Here is a roundup of those candidates who may appear on your ballot, depending on where you live. The list is in order of office ranking.
Voter registration, both by mail and in-person, must be completed by June 3 to participate.
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