Election Results 2011

Tuesday, September 13, 2011


It may not be super Tuesday, but voters in New York have been turning out for special elections and primaries today, including the hotly watched race to see who will replace former Congressman Anthony Weiner in the 9th District. Polls closed at 9 p.m. You can see the returns for several of the special elections in real time here.

And the State Assembly races:


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Comments [8]

James from Brooklyn

Reuters is reporting the same vote counts for Brooklyn Civil Court, but with the candidates reversed (Gonzales winning):

Sep. 14 2011 03:43 PM
Gordon from Brooklyn

The Board of Elections tells me the Civil Court Judge count was:

Sharen Hudson 21624
Cheryl Gonzales 13209

Sep. 14 2011 02:20 PM
Quinn Raymond

Civil Court, Brooklyn:

S Hudson: 21,730 (62%)

C Gonzales: 13,244 (38%)

Sep. 14 2011 11:46 AM
Marie Schloeder from Brooklyn, NY

I went to vote at the school of 40th Street and 4th Avenue, in Sunset Park, yesterday. I was shocked to discover that Weprins' name was not on the ballot.

Sep. 14 2011 10:13 AM
E. Freedgood from Brooklyn NY

Ditto Steve Ettlinger from Park Slope.

Did Cheryl Gonzales win for Civil Court Judge?

Sep. 14 2011 08:41 AM
Tee Partier from Georgia

It looks like Jewish voters are finally waking up to Obama and the Democrats who are in league with Muslim extremists... They have thrown moderate Egyptians under the bus and we will end up with the Taliban ruling many of the countries that the Democrats have been supporting....

Sep. 14 2011 12:30 AM

You get what you vote for New York. Keep voting for Dems and you'll keep getting what you got.

Sep. 13 2011 11:07 PM
steve ettlinger from Park SLope

Where are the results for the Civil Court race (Gonzales)?


Sep. 13 2011 09:34 PM

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