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New York State Senate and Assembly special election returns

Tuesday, March 20, 2012 - 06:46 PM

SPECIAL ELECTION RESULTS FOR THE STATE SENATE

SPECIAL ELECTION RESULTS FOR THE ASSEMBLY

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Comments [10]

Mikey A

Yes the percents mean nothing.

Mar. 21 2012 01:46 PM
Bubbedear

if they both have 50% but storobin has more votes, does he win

Mar. 21 2012 04:47 AM
BuzzCap

Why would the precinct count for District 27 go up by 7 (215-222) yet the vote count remain the same?

Mar. 21 2012 04:36 AM
politics64

The assembly Democrats swept all four races. Kearns is a Democrat who ran on the GOP line but said he will caucus with the Democrats but vote against Sheldon Silver for Speaker.

Mar. 21 2012 03:54 AM
politics64

No, 750 uncounted absentees that Fidler claims are 5-1 Democratic.

Mar. 21 2012 03:51 AM
Svenksa

do these totals include absentee ballots?

Mar. 21 2012 03:31 AM
David Hart

 The Rebbes must first figure out who should win. THEN they count.

Mar. 21 2012 02:55 AM
ak

how long does it  take to count already

Mar. 21 2012 02:41 AM
politics64

same question

Mar. 21 2012 02:33 AM
MEIRA

how come nobody reported yet for district 27

Mar. 21 2012 02:27 AM

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