Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr.’s 2017 re-election campaign has proceeded without challenge. He faced no primary challenger in September. Next month’s general election he will share the ballot with candidates for mayor, comptroller, public advocate and other offices.

But voters in Manhattan will have only one option—outside of a write-in campaign by Marc Fliedner—listed on the ballot for district attorney: Vance.

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