Former Assemblymember Rory Lancman swept his Democratic primary race Tuesday and moved one step further to winning an open City Council seat.
Lancman, 44, won the District 24 Democratic primary in a landslide victory on September 10.
The Fresh Meadows attorney beat out his opponents, Andrea Veras and Mujib Rahman, with nearly 62 percent of votes, according to unofficial election results.
“It’s very satisfying that so many people who I represented when I was in the State Assembly thought I did a good enough job there to give me the chance to serve them in the City Council at a time when all of New York City government is turning over,” Lancman said.
He will face off with Republican candidate Alex Blishteyn, who is also a Fresh Meadows attorney, in the November general election.
The winner will represent parts of central Queens in City Hall. The seat is being vacated by term-limited Councilmember James Gennaro.
Lancman was elected to the New York State Assembly in 2006. He pledged not to seek re-election last year while running for Congress — later losing his bid for Capitol Hill in the Democratic primary.