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2010 Elections: Election Results for Suffolk County, Nassau County, and NYC

2011 (General) Election Results
at Suffolk County Board of Elections: here

2011 (General) Election Results
at Nassau County Board of Elections: here.

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2011 Primary Election Results
Story and Links at LI Politics: here.

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2010 Election Results:

Here is a link to the
Suffolk County Board of Elections 2010 Results Page
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11/9-10 update: As far as I can tell, the latest news is that Bishop was in court Wed afternoon to ask for a full hand recount, and nothing was decided, but the Bishop camp is claiming it was good news the court is considering it. Story: here.

11/6/2010 at 1:38am: Machine recount shows Altschuler is actually the leader in the 1st CD Altschuler/Bishop race!
Story at 27east: here.

11/4/2010 am: Three Suffolk races still undecided.
(Including Bishop/Altschuler) Story at CBS: here

The Nassau County BOE is less dynamic in their reporting of results. Though, sometime after the polls close at 9pm, they should have some initial results reported: here.

New York City Election Results link at the Gotham Gazette: here. (Or, maybe later, the NYC BOE is: here.)

Onthewilderside will be having election coverage, blogging and updates throughout the day on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. We will include a third party perspective.

You can also find good election coverage of NY Statewide races at The Albany Times Union/Capitol Confidential Blog: here.

Democracy Now! (The war and peace report) will stream election coverage from 8pm to 2am. Guest commentators include Michael Moore. Click: here.

2 Responses

  1. You can follow Newsday reporter Reid Epstein on Twitter @reidepstein

    Here is his latest:

    RT @reidepstein: Suffolk turnout slightly down from ’06. 12.6% by noon. Was 13.0% four years ago. #LIpolitics

  2. Jeff Peress, a Green from Nassau County, sent around these poll-watching observations:

    Date: Tuesday, November 2, 2010, 2:13 PM

    There was a reported problem with one of the machines in Locust Valley ,Nassau County.There was a problem with the machine and they had to get voters to vote on paper ballots. They replaced the machine so I don’t know if that is going to be counted or how if the machine works or not.

    That is my summary of report so far.

    Jeffery Peress
    Member SC10/13AD-Nassau

    Another update on the poll watching in my district Glen Cove
    Tuesday, November 2, 2010 6:11 PM
    From:J Peress

    Another update on poll watching.

    There are two of those electronic machines I was #270 on the public counter out of #448 total.

    I also showed the certificate and spoke with the elections supervisors about the privacy booths being away from the walls at the polling place in Glen Cove’s 2nd ED/13AD,13ED/13AD being in the middle of the room where people can see you vote that it should be near the walls so no one can see you vote. There answer was they could not put it there due to the ground rules of St. Paul’s Church where the voting place is. I am going to call the Nassau BOE to report it.

    For anyone that has more info on what to do please forward this and report it other wise they were very cooperative and informed the voters about the propositions that were on the back of the ballot.

    Jeffery Peress
    Member SC10/13AD-Nassau

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