NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York City begins counting about half a million mail-in ballots Monday that were postmarked by Election Day.

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The race between Democratic Congressman Max Rose and Republic Challenger Nicole Malliotakis has yet to be called, though Rose appears too far behind to catch up.

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Three state assembly races in Brooklyn and Staten Island, and three state senate races on Long Island could also be influenced by the count.


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