Watch above for “The Democratic Primary For Queens District Attorney: A New Era” hosted by CBS2 reporter Valerie Castro, CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer and CBS2 urban affairs expert Mark G. Peters.

The primary election is Tuesday, June 25, 2019. Polling sites will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. click here to find your polling location.

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Hear More From Each Of The Seven Democratic Candidates In These Extended Interviews:

The largest borough of New York City is on the edge of change.

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From the high rises of Jackson Heights to the beaches of the Rockaways, the most diverse urban area on earth is primed for new direction.

For almost 30 years, one man occupied the office. Now the race to replace the late Richard Brown as Queens District Attorney.

Who should you trust to control law and order and tackle the tough issues that matter to you and your family?

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The field of Democratic candidates is crowded. One of them may have the power to alter the legal landscape and move Queens into the future.