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Primary 2012 Unofficial Results: Little Surprise as Status Quo Survives

by Staff, Sep 14, 2012

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NEW YORK — Two incumbents facing corruption investigations — state Sen. Shirley Huntley and Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera — were voted out of office during their primaries yesterday.

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Those upsets were among the few surprises in yesterday's election. Another incumbent under investigation, Assemblyman William F. Boyland, of the 55th State Assembly District, won by 37 percent of the vote, which was split by six challengers.

"Overall, the impact of yesterday's primaries in New York City was to reinforce the status quo," wrote Angelo Falcon, of the National Institute for Latino Policy, in his analysis of the election.

Below are the unofficial results from wire services for important races in New York City. Winners appear in bold. Incumbents are in italics.

State Legislative Contests

State Assembly — Democratic Party

State Assembly District 80 Dem - Primary

District 25

66 of 66 precincts - 100 percent

Nily Rozic 2,245 - 56 percent

Jerry M. Iannece 1,749 - 44 percent

District 33

71 of 71 precincts - 100 percent

Barbara Clark - 3,066 - 63 percent

Clyde Vanel 1,788 - 37 percent

District 38

55 of 55 precincts - 100 percent

Michael Miller - 1,441 - 71 percent

Etienne Adorno 580 - 29 percent

District 40

50 of 50 precincts - 100 percent

Ron Kim 1,136 - 27 percent

Yen Chou 974 - 23 percent

Ethel Chen 932 - 22 percent

Myungsuk Lee 619 - 15 percent

Martha Flores-Vazquez 521 - 12 percent

District 42

67 of 68 precincts - 99 percent

Rhoda Jacobs - 3,753 - 68 percent

Rodneyse Bichotte 1,778 - 32 percent

District 45

70 of 70 precincts - 100 percent

Steven Cymbrowitz - 1,774 - 54 percent

Ben Akselrod 1,530 - 46 percent

District 48

64 of 64 precincts - 100 percent

Dov Hikind - 3,021 - 84 percent

Mitchell Tischler 558 - 16 percent

District 54

76 of 77 precincts - 99 percent

Rafael Espinal - 1,979 - 65 percent

Juan Rodriguez 1,048 - 35 percent

District 55

92 of 92 precincts - 100 percent

William Boyland - 1,532 - 37 percent

Anthony Jones 610 - 15 percent

Roy Antoine 541 - 13 percent

Nathan Bradley 495 - 12 percent

Anthony Herbert 470 - 11 percent

David R. Miller 260 - 6 percent

Christopher Durosinmi 198 - 5 percent

District 57

92 of 92 precincts - 100 percent

Walter Mosley 4,295 - 63 percent

Olanike Alabi 2,078 - 30 percent

Martine Guerrier 493 - 7 percent

District 58

76 of 77 precincts - 99 percent

Nick Perry - 4,191 - 76 percent

Terry Hinds 1,340 - 24 percent

District 60

90 of 90 precincts - 100 percent

Inez Barron - 2,847 - 56 percent

Christopher Banks 2,280 - 44 percent

District 72

83 of 83 precincts - 100 percent

Gabriela Rosa 2,946 - 44 percent

Mayra Linares 2,305 - 34 percent

Melanie Hidalgo 1,039 - 15 percent

Ruben Dario Vargas 435 - 6 percent

District 74

96 of 103 precincts - 93 percent

Brian Kavanagh - 2,192 - 70 percent

Juan Pagan 924 - 30 percent

District 77

65 of 65 precincts - 100 percent

Vanessa Gibson - 2,837 - 90 percent

Anthony Curry 301 - 10 percent

District 78

48 of 53 precincts - 91 percent

Jose Rivera - 1,528 - 78 percent

Ricardo Martinez 434 - 22 percent

District 80

90 of 90 precincts - 100 percent

Mark Gjonaj - 2,407 - 52 percent

Naomi Rivera (i) 1,894 - 41 percent

Adam Bermudez 222 - 5 percent

Irene Rukaj 134 - 3 percent

District 82

110 of 110 precincts - 100 percent

Michael Benedetto - 2,960 - 89 percent

Egidio Sementilli 376 - 11 percent

District 84

77 of 77 precincts - 100 percent

Carmen Arroyo - 1,267 - 53 percent

Maximino Rivera 614 - 25 percent

Charles Serrano 529 - 22 percent

District 86

53 of 57 precincts - 93 percent

Nelson Castro - 2,193 - 84 percent

Richard Soto 409 - 16 percent

District 87

89 of 89 precincts - 100 percent

Luis Sepulveda 3,003 - 76 percent

Daniel Figueroa 969 - 24 percent

State Senate — Democratic Party

District 10

166 of 166 precincts - 100 percent

James Sanders - 4,979 - 57 percent

Shirley Huntley - 3,477 - 40 percent

Gian Jones 263 - 3 percent

District 16

153 of 153 precincts - 100 percent

Toby Ann Stavisky - 4,940 - 58 percent

John Messer 3,575 - 42 percent

District 17

163 of 166 precincts - 98 percent

Simcha Felder 6,345 - 83 percent

Abraham Tischler 1,336 - 17 percent

District 18

215 of 217 precincts - 99 percent

Martin Dilan - 6,679 - 67 percent

Jason Otano 3,303 - 33 percent

District 27

220 of 235 precincts - 94 percent

Brad M. Hoylman 7,376 - 68 percent

Thomas Greco 2,526 - 23 percent

Tanika Inlaw 868 - 8 percent

District 31

203 of 225 precincts - 90 percent

Adriano Espaillat - 9,902 - 64 percent

Guillermo Linares 5,566 - 36 percent

District 33

145 of 154 precincts - 94 percent

Gustavo Rivera - 4,364 - 70 percent

Manuel Tavarez 1,872 - 30 percent

State Senate — Republican Party

District 15

164 of 164 precincts - 100 percent

Eric Ulrich 2,783 - 70 percent

Juan Reyes 1,217 - 30 percent

Judicial contests

Bronx Civil Court District 2 Dem - Primary

399 of 408 precincts - 98 percent

Eddie McShan 8,828 - 60 percent

Juana Valentin 5,869 - 40 percent

Brooklyn Civil Court District 1 Dem - Primary

130 of 130 precincts - 100 percent

Richard Montelione 3,507 - 53 percent

Lara Genovessi 3,120 - 47 percent

Brooklyn Civil Court District 5 Dem - Primary

276 of 282 precincts - 98 percent

Steven Mostofsky 3,155 - 45 percent

Theresa Ciccotto 2,577 - 37 percent

Charles Finkelstein 1,277 - 18 percent

Manhattan Civil Court District 3 Dem - Primary

91 of 91 precincts - 100 percent

Lisa Sokoloff 2,440 - 55 percent

Olga Statz 2,031 - 45 percent

Surrogate Manhattan Dem - Primary

1,071 of 1,156 precincts - 93 percent

Rita Mella 24,674 - 60 percent

Barbara Jaffe 16,744 - 40 percent

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