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Voting Results -- 2010 Primary

by Administrator, Sep 15, 2010
 
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(For more on the 2010 primary, see our story on who New Yorkers voted for and the new way they voted. And for an report from the Bronx, site of a key state Senate race, see The Man Who Beat Pedro Espada.)

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Winners appear in bold. An asterisk indicates an incumbent. Results are rounded, so may not always equal 00 percent.

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These results are based on the unofficial vote tally as reported by the wire services and, as much as possible, directly from the New York City Board of Elections.The official count from the Board of Elections can take weeks to complete and will be posted as soon as they are available. The results below are subject to change as the official count is made public.

Districts not listed below did not have primary contests. There were, for example, no primaries for Assembly or State Senate seats from Staten Island. For more on the elections -- and the contests shaping up for November -- go to Gotham Gazette's Who's Running for What.

Statewide

Office Candidate
Attorney General (Democrat) Richard Brodsky (10%)
Sean Coffey (16%)
Eric Dinallo (8%)
Kathleen Rice (32%)
Eric Schneiderman (34%)
Junior Senator (Democrat) Kirsten Gillbrand* (76%)
Gail Goode (24%)
Governor (Republican) Rick Lazio (38%)
Carl Paladino (62%)
Lieutenant Governor (Republican) Greg Edwards (52%)
Thomas Ognibene (48%)
Senior Senator (Republican) Gary Berntsen (44%)
Jay Townsend (56%)
Junior Senator (Republican) Bruce Blakeman (21%)
Joseph DioGuardi (42%)
David Malpass (38%)
Governor (Conservative) Rick Lazio (60%)
Ralph Lorigo (40%)

U.S Representative

Office Candidate
Democrat
District 5 Gary Ackerman* (69%)
Patricia Maher (31%)
District 10 Kevin Powell (31%)
Edolphus Towns* (69%)
District 14 Carolyn Maloney* (81%)
Reshma Saujani (19%)
District 15 Joyce Johnson (13%)
Vincent Morgan (3%)
Adam Clayton Powell IV (23%)
Charles Rangel* (51%)
Jonathan Tasini (5%)
Ruben Vargas (5%)
Republican
District 5 Elizabeth Berney (40%)
James Milano (60%)
District 13 Michael Allegretti (31%)
Michael Grimm (69%)
District 14 Roger Blank (10%)
David Brumberg (62%)
Dino LaVerghetta (27%)

State Representative

Office Candidate
BRONX
Senate 28 Mark Escoffery-Bey (19%)
Jose Serrano* (81%)
Senate 31 Adriano Espaillat (51%)
Mark Levine (39%)
Anna Lewis (8%)
Miosotis Munoz (2%)
Senate 32 Ruben Diaz * (79%)
Carlos Ramos Jr. (21%)
Senate 33 Pedro Espada Jr. (33%) *
Daniel Padernacht (5%)
Gustavo Rivera (62%)
Assembly 76 Peter Rivera * (57%)
Luis Sepulveda (44%)
Assembly 78 Jose Rivera * (76%)
Sergio Villaverde (24%)
Assembly 80 Robert Guiffre (31%)
Naomi Rivera* (69%)
Assembly 82 Michael Benedetto * (73%)
Rafael Dominguez (13%)
Herbert Moreira-Brown (14%)
Assembly 85 Marcos Crespo * (74%)
Israel Cruz (27%)
Republicans
Senate 28 Jon Girodes (53%)
Keesha Weiner (47%)
BROOKLYN
Democrats
Senate 18 Velmanette Montgomery* (81%)
Mark Pollard (19%)
Senate 21 Kevin Parker * (73%)
Wellington Sharpe (27%)
Assembly 40 Inez Barron* (74%)
Kenneth Evans (26%)
Assembly 42 Michele Adolphe (32%)
Rhoda Jacobs* (68%)
Assembly 50 Joseph Lentol* (79%)
Andre Soleil (20%)
Assembly 52 Douglas Biviano (26%)
Joan Millman* (74%)
Republicans
Assembly 49 Peter Cipriano (61%)
Lucretia Regina-Potter (39%)
MANHATTAN
Democrats
Senate 28 Mark Escoffery-Bey (19%)
Jose Serrano* (81%)
Senate 30 Bill Perkins* (77%)
Basil Smikle (24%)
Senate 31 Adriano Espaillat (51%)
Mark Levine (39%)
Anna Lewis (8%)
Miosotis Munoz (2%)
Assembly 68 Marion Bell (10%)
Edward Gibbs (7%)
Alvin Johnson (8%)
Robert Rodriguez (36%)
Felix Rosado (5%)
John Ruiz (29%)
Evette Zayas (5%)
Assembly 71 Herman Farrell* (75%)
Ariel Ferreira (25%)
Assembly 72 Nelson Denis (10%)
Miguel Estrella (5%)
Julissa Gomez (24%)
Guillermo Linares (49%)
Gabriela Rosa (12%)
Assembly 73 Jonathan Bing(84%)
Gregory Lundahl (16%)
Republicans
Senate 28 Jon Girodes (53%)
Keesha Weiner (47%)
QUEENS
Democrats
Senate 10 Shirley Huntley* (73%)
Lynn Nunes (27%)
Senate 16 John Messer (21%)
Isaac Sasson (34%)
Toby Stavisky * (45%)
Assembly 24 Bob Friedrich (31%)
David Weprin * (69%)
Assembly 26 Steven Behar (18%)
Edward Braunstein (37%)
John Duane (28%)
Elio Forcino (17%)
Assembly 28 Joseph Fox (40%)
Andrew Hevesi* (60%)
Assembly 33 Barbara Clark * (67%)
Clyde Vanel (33%)
Assembly 35 Jeffrion Aubry *(63%)
Anthony Miranda (37%)
Assembly 38 Nick Comaianni (24%)
Michael Miller* (77%)
Assembly 39 Hiram Monserrate (33%)
Francisco Moya (67 percent)




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