Candidates Vie for Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx Civil Court Slots

, New York Law Journal

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Democratic voters will select candidates in four contested races for New York City Civil Court tomorrow in what has been a generally low-key primary season. The only other contested judicial race is in Manhattan, where Acting Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jaffe and Judge Rita Mella are vying to replace Kristen Booth Glen, who has reached the mandatory retirement age of 70, as one of the borough's two surrogates.

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