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Long Island primary results: 9/13/2011

Update 9/14/2102
Primary 2012 links for results:
onthewilderside: here

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Update: Tuesday, Nov 8, 2011 Election Results
for Suffolk County: here.

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Tuesday, 9/13/2011, there were primaries on Long Island in certain major parties and third parties. A good place to get the information is LI Politics:

Primary page at LI Politics: here

Direct link to 2011 primary results at Suffolk County Board of Elections: here
(The Suffolk BOE just upgraded to some pretty fancy, flash technology on their results page.)

Direct link to 2011 primary results at Nassau County Board of Elections: here.

It is amazing, how low the turnout was in some of these Nassau County and Suffolk County elections. The low turnout made for some interesting close calls.

(A P.S. Newsday just went one more step into the land of inaccessible and pay-wall-for-information. It’s a pain to read the full stories, even if you are subscribed to their connected wireless services Optimum Online.)

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