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@NYrepublican what coalition do you think would result from this result?

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Personally, I think the only ones who could form a effective coalition are the Republicans. Maybe with the Conservative and the Libertarian and some others?

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2 hours ago, LegolasRedbard said:

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@NYrepublican what coalition do you think would result from this result?

possible Dem's Green's Working Families and the Liberal party and possible an independent and the our neighborhood line (I'm no expert on NYC politics so they may be coalition partners). 

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The two independents elected were Victoria Cambranes in BK-33 and Anthony Beckford in BK-45

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@LegolasRedbard If you could give me a spreadsheet of resutls I could make a result map

Democrats have such a strong grip on power in the city that they're the de facto leaders of the majority caucus, that'd probably look like

Dem:15

green:4

Victoria Cambranes and Yoni Hikind(Our neighborhood) and Anthony Beckford:3

Working families:2

Liberal:1

Independence:1

Reform:2

 a 28 out of 51 majority or 55% of the City Council

 

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Results by Borough

 

Brooklyn:

Democratic: 6

Republican: 3

Green: 3

Independent: 2

Reform: 1

Our Neighbourhood: 1

 

The Bronx:

Democratic: 3

Republican: 2

Conservative: 1

Working Families: 1

Liberal: 1

 

Manhattan:

Republican: 6

Democratic: 1

Green: 1

Independence: 1

Librarian: 1

 

Queens:

Republican: 7

Democrat: 5 (won the popular vote by .8%)

Reform: 1

Working Families: 1

 

Staten Island:

Republican: 3

 

Overall, the Republicans won the plurality of seats, but the Democrats won the plurality in the popular vote (35.5% to 40%)

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@NYrepublican this is the full results

results.csv

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12 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

@LegolasRedbard If you could give me a spreadsheet of resutls I could make a result map

Democrats have such a strong grip on power in the city that they're the de facto leaders of the majority caucus, that'd probably look like

Dem:15

green:4

Victoria Cambranes and Yoni Hikind(Our neighborhood) and Anthony Beckford:3

Working families:2

Liberal:1

Independence:1

Reform:2

 a 28 out of 51 majority or 55% of the City Council

 

I'd think the Republican (21 and biggest party), Reform (2), Independence (1), Libertarian (1), Conservative (1) for a 26 seat majority.  I'm no expert in New York City politics, but I would just think that parties like Reform would seek to break the Democrat's stranglehold on city politics.

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3 minutes ago, jvikings1 said:

I'd think the Republican (21 and biggest party), Reform (2), Independence (1), Libertarian (1), Conservative (1) for a 26 seat majority.  I'm no expert in New York City politics, but I would just think that parties like Reform would seek to break the Democrat's stranglehold on city politics.

The Reform Party was made to break the duopoly as a whole, not just Democratic power. Weren't you following Perot and Ventura's campaigns?

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With a map like this who knows

Color Code:

Republican:red

Democrat:Blue

Independence:Yellow-green

Libertarian:yellow

Green:Green

Conservative:orange

Working families:Dark Blue

Liberal:light Gray

Reform:pink

our neighborhood/indepent:gray

This took an hour to make sorry it's low quality

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I'm thinking of making an automatic map-making tool for this.

 

 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, Patine said:

The Reform Party was made to break the duopoly as a whole, not just Democratic power. Weren't you following Perot and Ventura's campaigns?

But, power is more of a monopoly in NYC.  That's why assume that'd enter into a coalition with Republicans and other right leaning parties with the goal of weakening Democratic power in the city beyond just that election.

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2 minutes ago, jvikings1 said:

But, power is more of a monopoly in NYC.  That's why assume that'd enter into a coalition with Republicans and other right leaning parties with the goal of weakening Democratic power in the city beyond just that election.

If this map is happening there's a big shift in politics happening. So your caucus is probably more realistic in this instance.

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Here's a possible caucus map

red:conservative

blue:liberal

gray: toss-up

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If the seats were distributed purely proportionally

democrat:22

republican:20

green:2

independent:2

conservative:2

reform:2

liberal:1

In this scenario I see the following caucus

dems(22) + green(2) + independents(2) + liberal(1) possibly also reform(2)

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20 hours ago, Patine said:

The Reform Party was made to break the duopoly as a whole, not just Democratic power. Weren't you following Perot and Ventura's campaigns?

and it blew up just better to take over the duopoly and change it from the inside.

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Nice results and nice looking maps/breakdowns! Looks like a fun scenario indeed!

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