The borough of Queens needs a new president after Melinda Katz was elected its new district attorney.

Queens voters will head to the polls on March 24 — and March 14 to March 22 for early voting — to fill that position.

Political Reporter Juan Manuel Benítez tried to get some answers on what the job entails.


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As Queens voters make their decision in the special election for borough president, NY1 is hosting a debate on Monday, March 16.

It will feature the three candidates who have qualified for public financing: Councilmen Donovan Richards and Costa Constantinides and former Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley.

You'll be able to watch it on "Inside City Hall" at 7 and 11 p.m.