New York State Election Results

November 3, 2010 by USA Post 

New York State Election Results, The 2010 New York are all the results of the elections, but now official. Before the elections this year, if I had to go to the polls, would have thought that Democrats would elect Gillibrand and Schumer in the New York Senate election. As a result, these surveys were very accurate.

New York for U.S. Senate Seat, Head Charles Schumer defeated Republican seems that Jay Townsend with 65% of the vote to 33%. These reports include only 84% of the vote reported, but Schumer is sufficient to project the winner. Schumer won every county except Hamilton, Wyoming, Allegany and Tioga.

On the other Senate race in New York, Kirsten Gillibrand Holder clung to his seat which was originally Hillary Clinton. Gillibrand defeated DioGuardi with 61% of the vote to 37%.

For the race for governor of New York, recent surveys have shown Democrat Andrew Cuomo, the Republican leader Carl Paladino with 58% of the vote to 33%. It turns out that these surveys were quite accurate too. With 86% of the vote reported, Paladino Cuomo is leading with 62% of the vote and 34% Paladino.

It seems as if the Democrats took three important elections in the State of New York.

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