Special Election for Harlem City Council Seat set for Valentine's Day

Harlem residents will head to the polls for a special election on Valentine's Day.

Mayor Bill de Blasio picked February 14 for voters to choose their replacement for Councilwoman Inez Dickens, who is moving to the State Assembly. 

Voters have a little more than a month to set their hearts on a candidate in the nonpartisan race. 

The winner will fill out the rest of Dickens' term and run for re-election this fall.

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