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Rhodd-Cummings beats rivals in primary contest

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In the November general election Rhodd-Cummings will be voted in for her second full term since she does not face any opponent in the overwhelmingly Democratic district.

Rhodd-Cummings took home 64 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results from the New York City Board of Elections..

Tajpertab Rajkumar of Richmond Hill finished a distant second with 21 percent of the vote, while Carol Howell of Laurelton finished third with 15 percent of the vote.

The district covers the eastern portion of the Rockaway peninsula, for the most part an economically depressed area. On the borough

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