Corey Bearak, a consultant who has frequently worked for Democratic candidates causes, said the councilman-elect beat out his six opponents because he was one of the first to start campaigning when the city announced the non-partisan special election in August following White’s death.
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While there were fewer problems with the new voting system in last week’s general election than in the primary, complaints about the ballots and machines were still widespread and the city and state need to address the small font size and privacy issues, state Assemblyman Rory Lancman (D-Fresh Meadows) and state Sen.-elect Tony Avella said this week.
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The 2010 midterm elections drew residents from every corner of Queens to vote in races that ousted its last remaining Republican in Albany and changed the face of politics in a borough where Republicans and Tea Party members made little headway despite a national groundswell of support for more conservative politicians.
Republican Frank Padavan ended his 38-year run in Albany Monday afternoon and conceded to state senator-elect Tony Avella.
State Sen. Frank Padavan (R-Bellerose) filed a motion in Queens Civil Courthouse Wednesday to impound voting machines and ballots in his district after his Democratic challenger Tony Avella ended his 38-year reign in Albany by a margin of about 3,000 votes, according to city Board of Elections results.
In a major upset Democratic challenger Tony Avella defeated longtime state Sen. Frank Padavan (R-Bellerose) in one of New York’s most closely watched races in the battle for control of the state Senate, according to unofficial election results.