NEW YORK–Darlene Mealy has been re-elected to the City Council.
Mealy bested two challengers to retain her seat in Brooklyn’s district 41, which includes Brownsville, east Flatbush, and Stuyvesant Heights.
Mealy got 66.01 percent with 100 percent of the precincts reporting as of Wednesday afternoon.
Kathleen Daniel, a member of the Community Education Council 16, got 20.16 percent; and Stan Kinard, the director of the Care Center at the Boys & Girls High School, got 13.84 percent.
Mealy was first elected to City Council in 2006. This will be her third term.
“Thanks to all my supporters and volunteers, we achieved a wonderful victory,” she said via Facebook on Wednesday morning. “Now on to the work of serving our District. Yes we have accomplished much, but there is much more to do. I look forward to the next four years of moving our District forward.”