Bronx —

Residents from around the globe populate the Bronx. But Democrats run New York City’s most northern borough. More than 76 percent of voters in the highly-diverse area were registered as Democrats during this year’s election.

As of Nov. 1, 601,208 Bronx residents were registered with the city Board of Elections as Democrats, compared to only 45,494 Republicans. That equates to about six percent of voters registering Republican. Still, Republicans could be found on Tuesday at polling stations throughout the Bronx.