The Brooklyn Democratic Party has, as recently predicted by its chairman, Assemblyman Vito Lopez, voted to endorse Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice for AG, while Rice’s primary opponent, Sen. Eric Scheniderman, has landed the support of his home county organization, Manhattan.

Brooklyn is worth 9.14 percent of the weighted convention vote.

Rice has already been endorsed by Nassau and Suffolk counties, and might be on her way to landing Queens, too. If she does, she’ll be well past the 25 percent mark necessary to get onto the ballot.

Manhattan is the big prize of the weighted vote contest, as it accounts for the largest share – 10.03 percent.

Here’s the breakdown of the Brooklyn vote, including the other statewide campaigns:

Eric Dinallo – 2
Andrew Cuomo – Yes, unanimous
Schneiderman – Fleishman, Alabi, Mosley-3
Rice – Majority vote 28
Richard Brodsky – Fidler, Ragusa, Towns, Givant–4
Tom DiNapoli – Yes, unanimous
Kirsten Gillibrand – Yes, unanimous

Here’s how the Manhattan vote, which is weighted, broke down, according to someone who attended the meeting:


211 – Schneiderman
9 – Rice
6 – Brodsky
4 – Dinallo
12 – Abstained